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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[Guest Post] The next era of Bug Bounty at Pinterest

This article originally appeared on Pinterest’s engineering blog, written by Devin Lundberg, Pinterest Tech Lead, Product Security. When a security researcher discovers a bug in a piece of software, the responsible thing to do is inform the company so they can fix it. And so platforms like Pinterest need to provide clear and actionable programs,

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[Guest Post] Trinity Public Bug Bounty

This blog originally appeared on IOTA Foundation’s blog and is written by Lewis Freiberg, Director of Ecosystem at IOTA. The Trinity wallet bug bounty program is now open to the public. Since its release, Trinity Wallet has been warmly welcomed by the IOTA community. Trinity improves in almost all aspects of the previous wallet. Not only does

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Blockport launches initiative to increase awareness around cyber-security within the crypto industry

This blog was written by Zowie Langdon, CTO of Blockport and originally appeared on the Blockport blog  In an effort to maintain and continuously improve security on the Blockport platform, our team is happy to announce the launch of a ‘responsible disclosure program’. Apart from the safety benefits that this program provides for our exchange platform, we

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Taking PlanetHoster’s Bug Bounty Program Public

This blog was written by A. Saber Shenouda, CTO of PlanetHoster PlanetHoster’s mission is to provide the latest technologies and technical expertise in an all-in-one premium web hosting platform. We serve more than 60,000 customers using our HybridCloud infrastructure, and proudly host more than 100,000 websites in North America and Europe. It goes without saying

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