The U.S. Army released the results of its Hack the Army bug bounty, and said that close to $100,000 was paid out, and 118 unique and actionable vulnerabilities were reported.
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In the wake of the Pentagon and Army bug bounties, the government continues to engage researchers with the publication of the DoD’s vulnerability disclosure program.
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The government announced its second bug bounty program called Hack the Army, which will concentrate on finding bugs in recruiting websites and databases.
The Department of Defense last week released the results of the first Hack the Pentagon bounty program and 18-year-old David Dworken was among those who participated.
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Results are in from the US Defense Department’s pilot “Hack the Pentagon” bug bounty initiative.
The “Hack the Pentagon” bug bounty program by the United States Department of Defense (DoD) has been successful with more than 100 vulnerabilities uncovered by white hat hackers in Pentagon infrastructure.
In March, the Defense Department launched what it calls “the first cyber Bug Bounty Program in the history of the federal government,” inviting hackers to take up the challenge of
Mike Mimoso talks to Katie Moussouris about her newly launched consultancy Luta Security, the Hack the Pentagon bug bounty program, and more.
At Infiltrate Conference, the DOD explained more about the Hack the Pentagon bug bounty program and how government attitudes about hackers are shifting.
First, we vet you, the US says. Then, keep your hands where we can see them. Now we’re just like the cool tech companies!