[Guest Post] Netflix Public Bug Bounty, 1 year later

This blog originally appeared on the Netflix Technology Blog and is authored by Astha Singhal, Netflix Application Security. As Netflix continues to create entertainment people love, the security team continues to keep our members, partners, and employees secure. The security research community has partnered with us to improve the security of the Netflix service for the

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Zilliqa Launches Public Bug Bounty Program

(This guest post was authored by Han Wen Chua, Zilliqa.) Zilliqa is the first public blockchain that has successfully implemented a sharded smart contract architecture. The trustless connections formed on Zilliqa’s blockchain are creating new ways of interacting and trading with each other, and we’ve only just begun unfolding its possibilities. Built with scalability in

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Get involved with SEEK’s $10K Bug Bounty Program

This blog first appeared on SEEK’s blog, and is authored by Julian Berton, SEEK security engineer. Cyber criminals from around the world are continuously finding new and i̶n̶t̶e̶r̶e̶s̶t̶i̶n̶g̶ terrifying ways of breaking into websites that we rely on every day — stealing our personal information that is typically made public for the world to see!

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ARK and Bugcrowd Go Hunting!

This post originally appeared on ARK’s blog. ARK is pleased to announce the acquisition of security and penetration testing services from Bugcrowd — the planet’s premier crowd sourced security platform! Highly skilled and trusted white hat hackers from all over the world will try to breach the ARK hull and attempt to expose vulnerabilities before they pose

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Q&A with Grant McCracken, Bugcrowd: “You might be thinking, do I want people to hack me? The answer is yes!”

This guest post originally appeared on the Detectify blog. At this year’s Black Hat USA, we caught up with Grant McCracken, Sr. Manager of Solutions Architecture at Bugcrowd and asked him about his thoughts on crowdsourced security, the evolution of ethical hacking, and the security community. Photo of Grant McCracken, Sr. Manager of Solutions Architecture at Bugcrowd What’s

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