This week we’re putting the Spotlight on Rachel Tobac — hacker, CEO & Co-founder of SocialProof Security where she helps people and companies keep their data safe by training and pen testing them on social engineering risks. Rachel was also a winner of DEF CON’s wild spectator sport, the Social Engineering Capture the Flag contest,
Today we released the 2019 edition of the Inside the Mind of a Hacker Report, highlighting the makeup of the bug hunting community to provide insight and understanding into who they are, what they like to do, their experiences, skillsets, as well as what motivates them. In the 2019 edition, we look at gender imbalance,
With the recent launch of the Bugcrowd Ambassador program, we will share stories from our global hacker community. This week we’re putting the Spotlight on Phillip Wylie, a Bugcrowd Ambassador in Texas, USA. Follow Phillip on Twitter @PhillipWylie Phillip has a great passion for teaching and mentoring others, leading him to his latest effort: The
Bugcrowd is excited to announce our August 2018 Hall of Fame winners for all three of our Leaderboards! In early August, we announced the introduction of two new Leaderboards and how we are excited to recognize and reward all the hard work our Researchers do across our different programs. So let’s jump in, here are our
Each year, we take the names of our qualifying MVP Researchers, and craft a one-of-a-kind design, incorporating their names into the design itself. These Researchers maintained a minimum average submission acceptance rate of 80% and an average submission priority between 1.0 and 2.99 on all submissions between July 1, 2017 and June 30, 2018, had a
June 2018 Hall of Fame & Researcher Highlight Bugcrowd is pleased to announce our June 2018 Hall of Fame winners. todayisnew swept first place! Private User rocked second place, and coming in strong is ahmedehane in third place! Congratulations to our winners and we appreciate all your hard work. Bugcrowd would like to thank our top performers
2017 was a fantastic year of growth for our researcher community and program owners alike, with 32% more submissions rewarded, a 25% increase to the average reward and 61% more total rewarded submissions! In 2017, 145 Researchers qualified into MVP status, and earned close to 44% of our 2017 total payouts, with a rewarded submission total
2016 was a big year for our researcher community, which nearly doubled in size to provide our customers access to an even bigger pool of the best hackers in the world. We also saw a 287% increase in researcher payouts and a 66% increase in average size of payouts.
Putsi is #38 on the community leaderboard, with a 97.14% acceptance rate and an average bug priority of 3. Putsi just recently entered the top 40 on Bugcrowd and has had success with many private and public bounty programs on the platform. Read below for our interview with Putsi and make sure to follow @Putsi on Twitter.