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Posts by Bugcrowd

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…

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Threat Report: Apache Struts CVE-2018-11776

tl;dr: If you use Apache Struts in your environment, PATCH NOW. Apache Struts is once again in the news for critical bugs in its code and the Apache Software Foundation announced a critical remote code execution vulnerability in the popular…

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Our First #badgelife at DEF CON 26

After a few days in DEF CON recovery mode, Team Blinkerydoo thought we'd talk a bit about our experience on the other side of #badgelife this year... First and foremost, we want to thank everyone who bought a badge –…

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Integrating Crowdsourced Security with the Software Development Lifecycle

Organizations in nearly every industry are feeling pressure to deliver value faster, get to market ahead of the competition, and continuously improve their customer experience. For software applications built and deployed today, it is all about velocity and automation. This is good for innovation but often leads to inconsistencies, vulnerabilities and problems with upgrades and code review.

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Announcing Bugcrowd’s DEF CON Badge

We’re excited to announce our first ever DEF CON badge! Starting out as an internal Bugcrowd hackathon project back in April, this year’s Bugcrowd badge brings together a mix of hardware hacking, firmware development, design, and a sprinkling of Bugcrowd…

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Enterprise Jira Integrations with Bugcrowd

Over the past several years, I have spoken to hundreds of customers about how to get developers to take action on vulnerabilities. The majority of developers use Jira to track work so typically, security teams piggyback on that process to…

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