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15
Jun
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Hack the Pentagon - More then 120 valid Security Vulnerabilities uncovered

Hack the Pentagon - More then 120 valid Vulnerabilities uncovered

Today the washington-post published the first article after the "Hack the Pentagon" Program was finished. Over 121 security vulnerabilities was discovered and verified during the bug bounty contest. One unnamed member of the vulnerability laboratory was successful accepted to participate in the program. The core team researcher discovered about 21 security vulnerabilities at the startup of the government bug bounty program.

The Defense Secretary "Ashton Carter" confirmed “Hack the Pentagon program launched in March exceeded the military’s expectations by uncovering dozens of previously unnoticed security issues affecting the Department of Defense’s public, non-classified computer systems.” at the public tech forum conference in Washington, D.C.

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20
Apr
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Bug Bounty Program Award Winners 2015 - Exclusive Interview by United Airlines & Facebook

Announcement of the Bug Bounty Program Award Winners 2015 - Exclusive Interviews with United Airlines & Facebook

We worked hard to represent the winners of 2015 after the nicely solved first award ceremonie in 2014. This year we exclusivly release the winners of the international "Bug Bounty Awards". The award is nominated twice for the "Best Upcoming Bug Bounty Program" and the "Best Bug Bounty Program" of the year.

The winners of the award are nominated via email vote by 100 vulnerability laboratory researchers and 101 independent or individual security researchers. The voting results will be multiplied to finally discover the winners. Be welcome to visit the new awards module in the vulnerability laboratory infrastructure with archive.

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