September 2018 Hall of Fame


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Bugcrowd is excited to announce our September 2018 Hall of Fame winners!

Even though, we have changed our leaderboards and removed the point-based leaderboard in early October in response to the feedback we have received from the Crowd. We will be honoring the previous three leaderboards for the month of September.

So without further delay, here are our Hall of Fame winners for September!

Total Points Leaderboard:

A todayisnew rocked first place with 8827 points! HackerHero came in solid in second place with 3438 points, and rounding out the top three is Private user with 1635 points!

Please note, due to this leaderboard already being removed we were not able to provide a screenshot of it.

P1 P2 Paid Program Leaderboard:

Mrpeuch came strong in first place with 445 points! A Private user rocked second place with 435 points, and yeuchimse closed out third place with 280 points!

P1 P2 Unpaid Programs Leaderboard:

HackerHero crushed first place with 3425 points! Private user came in second place with 1495 points, and Abdullah-bigshow rounded out the top three in third place with 460 points!

Please note, due to this leaderboard already being removed we were not able to provide a screenshot of it.

Bugcrowd would like to thank our top performers by awarding bonuses!

  • First place – $1,250 bonus
  • Second place – $750 bonus
  • Third place – $500 bonus

We appreciate all the hard work they do to make our programs successful and for their continued partnership with us!

Think you have what it takes to come out on top?

High severity bugs that result in critical security impact such as remote code execution or elevation of privilege earn the most kudos points – check out our blog for a breakdown of points and priority, as well as some other great resources such as bug bounty tips and hacker advice from our top researchers.

Submitting high severity bugs not only gets you bigger rewards, it can also help you get invited to private bounty programs faster.

Last but not least, thanks again to all of the Bugcrowd Researchers for all of their hard work and contributions! We look forward to our October Hall of Fame results!