This week we’re putting the Spotlight on Alyssa, a Bugcrowd Ambassador. Feel free to follow Alyssa on Twitter @Alyssa_Herrera_ Alyssa first got started hacking through gaming. In middle school, she was frustrated that the school systems would monitor and track students’ online activity. She Googled how to bypass them and found that you could use
(This guest post was authored by Han Wen Chua, Zilliqa.) Zilliqa is the first public blockchain that has successfully implemented a sharded smart contract architecture. The trustless connections formed on Zilliqa’s blockchain are creating new ways of interacting and trading with each other, and we’ve only just begun unfolding its possibilities. Built with scalability in
This week we’re putting the spotlight on Dinesh, one of our newest Bugcrowd Ambassadors. Meryl Streep once said, “I have a theory that movies operate on the level of dreams, where you dream yourself.” Dinesh started dreaming about becoming a hacker while watching action hacking movies as a kid. By the time he was 17
This blog first appeared on Daniel Miessler blog. There is a never-ending debate on the language around Threat Modeling. About three in four presentations you’ll see on the topic will mangle and conflate these terms in unholy ways. So what I want to do here is give what I believe to be the clearest
This blog first appeared on SEEK’s blog, and is authored by Julian Berton, SEEK security engineer. Cyber criminals from around the world are continuously finding new and i̶n̶t̶e̶r̶e̶s̶t̶i̶n̶g̶ terrifying ways of breaking into websites that we rely on every day — stealing our personal information that is typically made public for the world to see!
Too often we see security researchers, whitehat hackers, IT leaders, academics, and journalists reach out to organizations after discovering a vulnerability; only to find that there is no obvious channel to receive such report. With hundreds of vulnerabilities found daily, it’s crucial to provide an obvious and easy way for external parties to report these
This week we’re putting the Spotlight on Tony, a Bugcrowd Ambassador. Feel free to follow on Twitter @TJ_Null Tony was a Sophomore in High School when he decided to start taking computer classes. Through the classes, one of his teachers, Rob, introduced him to cybersecurity and gave him a pen testing operating system called Backtrack.
With the launch of the weekly Researcher Spotlight, we will share stories from our global hacker community. This week we’re putting the Spotlight on a Cal Poly student studying Computer Science, Nicole Anderson-Au. When Nicole was very young, she loved to do logic puzzles, such as Sudoku and became passionate about investigating with clues and
With the launch of the weekly Researcher Spotlight, we will share stories from our global hacker community. This week we’re putting the Spotlight on Mikhail Egorov, also goes by 0ang3el. Feel free to follow Mikhail Egorov on Twitter @0ang3el Mikhail lives In Russia, Moscow and has been a security researcher for 6 years. When he