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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

By Guest BlogsProgram Launches
The Difference Between Bug Bounty and Next Gen Pen Test

We recently launched Next Gen Pen Test. It’s a new product with unique platform capabilities to meet organizations’ evolving continuous application security needs as focused external threats grow at an accelerated pace. The next generation of pen testing can deliver up to seven times more security findings than traditional penetration testing, dramatically improving both security

By Thought Leadership
[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,

By Program Launches
Bugcrowd Releases Vulnerability Rating Taxonomy 1.6

Our most recent VRT Council led us through an interesting discussion, ultimately leading us to expedite the release of VRT 1.6. The release includes two major changes: revision to internal SSRF, and how we rate email spoofing, more specifically the baselines around SPF and DMARC. These changes are a direct result of how major email

By Product Updates
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