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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Introducing the Overstock.com Vulnerability Disclosure Program

For nearly two decades, online retail pioneer Overstock.com has used technology to help its customers find the home goods and furniture they want, at the best possible prices. As part of its efforts to maintain its customers’ trust through accountable and transparent IT Security practices, Overstock regularly engages with the security community and participates in

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How strong should your Master Password be? For World Password Day we’d like to know

This blog first appeared on 1Passwords’ blog, and is written by customer Jeffrey Goldberg, Chief Defender Against the Dark Arts at 1Password.  Just how strong should a 1Password Master Password be? We recommend that Master Passwords be generated using our wordlist generator using passwords that are four words long. This gets you something like “napery turnip speed

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Bugcrowd and Fitbit partner to launch public security bug bounty program

This customer blog originally appeared on Fitbit’s engineering blog, written by Katie Foster, security engineer at Fitbit.  Fitbit has always been committed to protecting consumer privacy and keeping data safe. Our internal security team is constantly testing our products for vulnerabilities as we strive to continuously strengthen our security. And, as our devices become more

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