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HackerOne has helped the Department of Defense launch the agency’s seventh bug bounty program, which aims to find security vulnerabilities in the public-facing websites and services of the U.S. Air Force. The company said Thursday it provided its hacker-powered security platform for DoD's latest Hack the Air Force event, which also marked the service's third […] More
Bugcrowd, HackerOne and Synack have received separate contracts to expand the Defense Department‘s bug bounty challenges and explore other crowdsourced methods to secure its public-facing websites. All three companies will help DoD develop additional activities for the security initiative aimed at identifying vulnerabilities in private defense systems, the department said Wednesday. The Pentagon wants to conduct continuous tests […] More
HackerOne has received a multiyear contract to help the General Services Administration‘s Technology Transformation Service administer a program aimed at identifying security vulnerabilities in digital assets within the agency. The award comes one year after the company completed a bug bounty and vulnerability disclosure program with GSA’s 18F organization, HackerOne said Friday. GSA became the first federal […] More
HackerOne and the Defense Department have unveiled a new bug bounty challenge that aims to build up the cybersecurity posture of the U.S. Marine Corps' enterprise network. Nearly 100 expert security professionals and Marine Corps Cyberspace Command personnel hacked the service's public-facing sites and identified 75 cyber vulnerabilities through the Hack the Marine Corps program […] More
The Defense Department and HackerOne have opened registration for hackers who want to participate in the Pentagon’s fifth bug bounty challenge. Participants of the fifth Hack the Pentagon event will work to identify vulnerabilities in an enterprise system that supports DoD’s global operations, HackerOne said Monday. Reina Staley, chief of staff at DoD’s Defense Digital Service, […] More
HackerOne has released the results of the U.S. Air Force‘s second bug bounty challenge that invited hackers from 26 countries to identify vulnerabilities in the military branch’s systems. The company said Thursday 27 hackers participated in the 20-day Hack the Air Force 2.0 event and found 106 valid vulnerabilities, which earned the participants $103,883 in total bounties. HackerOne […] More
The Defense Department has chosen HackerOne and Synack to create a contract vehicle that will work to help DoD components and services launch “bug bounty” programs. DoD said Thursday the contract vehicle will facilitate efforts to standardize a crowdsourced approach to digital security through challenges designed to identify and address vulnerabilities on department-run websites. The department seeks to launch additional challenges similar to the Hack the […] More
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