It’s not enough to say you are good. The moment of truth is when an outside expert or peer takes a hard look at what you do – and then gives you an educated thumbs up. In academia, this is a peer review and it is essential for any worthwhile paper. For software developers, it […]
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Facebook announced this week that its paid out more than $5 million to 900 researchers in the five years since it implemented its bug bounty program.
The latest on the Yahoo breach, Germany’s problem with WhatsApp-Facebook, Facebook’s osquery tool for Windows, and Zerodium’s $1.5M iOS bounty are all discussed.
Facebook quickly resolved a vulnerability in its Business Manager late last month that could have let an attacker take over any Facebook page.
HackerOne released a free model that assesses an organization’s readiness to accept outside vulnerability reports.
LinkedIn today announced that since October it has been running a private bug bounty, and to date has patched 65 bugs and paid out $65,000 in rewards.
Pinterest announced this week that it would begin paying cash rewards through its bug bounty program, and said that its move to HTTPS paved the way.
At the Security Analyst Summit, Katie Moussouris encouraged enterprises to build bug bounty programs that feed a software development lifecycle.