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Reducing Noise in Crowdsourced Security

More people → more coverage → more vulnerabilities. While the crowdsourced model provides a plethora of benefits, it’s tough to deny one of the core reasons many choose it. A larger pool of pay-per-finding security researchers are more likely to…

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How-To: FFUF with Codingo

One of the areas we’re most passionate about here at Bugcrowd is hacker education, and elevating the Crowd to new heights. This extends beyond our roles and is something many of us are passionate about in our personal time as…

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Customer Spotlight: Skyscanner

Do you know your way around E-Commerce flows? Do you have experience with creative exploitation of vulnerabilities? Then we have the perfect program for you. Skyscanner, an online travel marketplace,  is looking for you! About the Program Skyscanner’s bug bounty…

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A Byte-ful with TomNomNom

Without a doubt, tomnomnom is one of my favourite hackers. I look up to his tools and mindset. Recently, I was able to sit down and have a long chat with him. In this podcast, Tom goes into detail and…

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Bugcrowd’s October Challenge Month!

Can you say ‘Cybersecurity Awareness Month’ 10-times, fast? Bugcrowd is excited to announce a special Program Challenge for the month of October to celebrate Cybersecurity Awareness. We will be running a set of challenges that get progressively more difficult each…

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Can the Crowd Handle Network Pen Testing?

Advances in firewalls and cloud security providers have greatly reduced risk to network infrastructure. But these advances have only served to deter low-level threats, while failing to combat complex risk from highly skilled malicious attackers. Modern penetration testing can help,…

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