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Q&A with Grant McCracken, Bugcrowd: “You might be thinking, do I want people to hack me? The answer is yes!”

This guest post originally appeared on the Detectify blog. At this year’s Black Hat USA, we caught up with Grant McCracken, Sr. Manager of Solutions Architecture at Bugcrowd and asked him about his thoughts on crowdsourced security, the evolution of ethical hacking, and the security community. Photo of Grant McCracken, Sr. Manager of Solutions Architecture at Bugcrowd What’s

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Developing the Researcher Experience on Bugcrowd

After receiving the latest feedback from the crowd, we enhanced the Researcher experience through developing and expanding features on Crowdcontrol. Included in this update: Known Issues Improvements Payments Export Won’t Fix Points Updating Known Issues Known Issues has received a visual update, corresponding to the breakdown of the VRT categorization on each target. The total

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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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The Ultimate Guide to Managed Bug Bounty

Attack surfaces over the past decade have become more complex than ever, and the overall surface area has ballooned significantly. As our world continues to come online, cybersecurity vulnerabilities become even more apparent. No one thinks—or cares—more about cybersecurity than the security professionals responsible for protecting their enterprise’s applications and data. And their lives get

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