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Update to Bugcrowd Points System

The goal of Crowdsourced security is to enable customers to easily identify the highest value vulnerabilities, as quickly as possible, by engaging with those that have the most expertise in finding vulnerabilities - the Crowd! The Bugcrowd platform enables this…

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Have the Skills to Pay the Bills?

Every researcher has a skillset that sets them apart from the rest. Similarly, no two programs are alike! Each comes with their own technologies and environments. The goal of Bugcrowd is to seamlessly integrate the Crowd (we’re looking at you,…

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What Vuln Scanners Miss in API Testing

Luke Stephens is a father, husband, hacker, pen tester, and full-time Application Security Engineer and Quality Assurance Training Manager at Bugcrowd APIs are the interface between an organization’s most sensitive data and the end-user. And they’re everywhere. The last decade…

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New Search Tokens for Faster Filtering!

Gone are the days when you lose track of your program invites. Our tokenized search has been expanded. You can now search for programs you’ve been invited to and filter by invite date using new tokens. New to tokens? They’re…

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What’s the Buzz? October 2020

Subscribe to our Researcher Newsletter to receive the latest Researcher product updates, news and events each month!  BUGCROWD’S OCTOBER CHALLENGE MONTH! Bugcrowd is excited to announce a special Program Challenge for the month of October to celebrate Cybersecurity Awareness! We…

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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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