When a new researcher joins our community and quickly climbs the ranks, we take notice. This week’s spotlight is on Mongo, currently ranked 8th on the Bugcrowd Leaderboard with an acceptance rate of 99%. And this is after only 6 months of submitting bugs!
Bugcrowd is excited to announce our December 2015 Hall of Fame winners! To thank our top performers for their hard work, Bugcrowd is pleased to announce that the following three researchers will receive bonuses for their performance.
About 12 months after Bugcrowd started, one of our team pulled me aside and made a suggestion that truly altered the course of the company:
This week's Researcher Spotlight is on Jared Perry, a researcher in Canada with a 100% acceptance rate and an average priority of 2.78. Jared's path to bug bounties shows how important it can be to network and connect with other bug bounty hunters in the community.
With Bugcrowd's roots in Australia, it's always a great time to work with the security community from down under. Australia has some of the best infosec talent around, and this week's Spotlight is on one of their bug bounty hunters: Justin Steven.
Bugcrowd is excited to announce our October & November 2015 Hall of Fame winners! To thank our top performers for their hard work, Bugcrowd is pleased to announce that six researchers will receive bonuses for their performance.
It's only been 5 months since Darkarnium joined Bugcrowd, but in that short time he's shot his way up our all-time leaderboard to #113 and impressed us all with his 100% acceptance rate and 1.5 average priority. Darkarnium is a bit of a "sniper", the bugs that he submits are often a high priority and high impact.
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- coordinated disclosure is a must have for application security
- our relationship with the security research community is invaluable
- channeling security feedback to engineering teams is important
- there are many different ways to engage the crowd