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Announcing our MVPs for Q3!

As a platform, Bugcrowd has no limit to the amount of amazing researchers who work their butts off to squash some incredible bugs, but every once and a while a researcher comes along and reaches a level that we can’t…

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Introducing Our New Researcher Dashboard!

The Researcher Dashboard has a fresh coat of paint. This enhanced dashboard makes Bugcrowd simpler, faster, and easier to use than ever before!  You’ll notice a few benefits right away based on the new design:  A one-stop-shop of In-Platform Tasks…

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Platform Updates: Portfolio Accounts and Security Settings

Integrations? In your Researcher profile? It's more likely than you think...Introducing Portfolio Accounts!  Bugcrowd now supports GitHub, StackOverflow and PentesterLab profile connections! Using the data from these external profiles, our platform gains an even stronger understanding of your skills, interests,…

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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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Researcher Spotlight: Hx01

Earning $100k in a year can be a life-changing experience for anyone. We know that an accomplishment of that level takes hard work, dedication, and ambition. Last year, Hx01 challenged himself to earn $100k in just one year on the…

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Bugcrowd Spotlight: Maxim G

Maxim is an Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP) in his work as a Bugcrowd Triager by day and an excitable and innovative Hacker (@m-qt) by night. What’s the difference, you may ask? Well…mostly log-in credentials. At just 21 years old,…

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Researcher Spotlight: RQU

Exploiting car hacking vulns might drive you crazy, but rqu sure isn’t tired of it yet! Since 2016, rqu has participated in numerous Bugcrowd hardware and API-based Bug Bounty programs. He has also hacked with us at 4 separate Bug…

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