Keith Hoodlet

Trust & Security Engineer at Bugcrowd.
Recent Posts
The Personalities That Put the “Crowd” in Bugcrowd (Part 3 of 3)

In the last installment of The Personalities that Put the “Crowd” in Bugcrowd (Part 2 of 3), I discussed the “Full-Timer” and “Virtuoso” personality types as part of the five distinct personalities that make up our crowd of nearly 70,000 security researchers. As stated previously, it’s important to understand researcher motivations if you intend to run a successful

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The Personalities That Put the “Crowd” in Bugcrowd (Part 2 of 3)

Previously, in The Personalities that Put the “Crowd” in Bugcrowd (Part 1 of 3), I covered both the “Knowledge-Seeker” and “Hobbyist” personality types as part of the five distinct personalities that make up our crowd of over 65,000 security researchers. In order for companies to run successful bug bounty programs, it’s important to understand researcher motivations – and

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MacOS High Sierra: Getting to the Root of the Problem

What we know so far Earlier today it was publicly disclosed that Apple’s MacOS High Sierra contains a trivially-exploitable flaw, which allows malicious individuals to generate a persistent root access account to your system. It is not readily apparent whether or not this vulnerability is remotely exploitable, but out an of abundance of caution there

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