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DoD selects HackerOne for third Hack the Pentagon crowdsourcing contract - News

October 24, 2018
SAN FRANCISCO. Department of Defense (DoD) officials awarded a third crowdsourced security contract to HackerOne in order to help strengthen sensitive DoD assets.

Nearly 150 security vulnerabilities found during Hack the Marine Corps Bug Bounty Challenge - News

October 05, 2018
ARLINGTON, Va. The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and HackerOne, the leading hacker-powered security platform, announced the results of the DoD?s sixth public bug bounty program.

Hack the Marine Corps bug bounty program announced - News

August 13, 2018
SAN FRANCISCO. U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and HackerOne officials launched the Department?s sixth bug bounty program, Hack the Marine Corps. The bug bounty challenge will focus on Marine Corps? public-facing websites and services in order to harden the defenses of the Marine Corps Enterprise Network (MCEN). The bug bounty program will conclude on August 26, 2018.

Hack the Air Force 2.0 invites 26 countries to participate, reports 106 vulnerabilities - News

February 15, 2018
SAN FRANCISCO. Officials at HackerOne released the results of the second Hack the Air Force bug bounty challenge. Hack the Air Force 2.0 is part of the Department of Defense?s (DoD) Hack the Pentagon crowd-sourced security initiative. Twenty-seven trusted hackers participated in the Hack the Air Force bug bounty challenge ? reporting 106 valid vulnerabilities and earning $103,883.

Hack the Air Force concludes reporting 207 resolved vulnerabilities - News

August 10, 2017
SAN FRANCISCO. HackerOne officials released the results of the Hack the Air Force bug bounty program. White-hat hackers found 207 valid vulnerabilities and more than $130,000 in bounties where awarded. This is the first time that the bounty challenge was open to international hackers, which welcomed participants from United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.

"Hack the Army" program finds 118 unique and actionable vulnerabilities - News

January 23, 2017
WASHINGTON. Officials released the results of the latest Department of Defense (DoD) bug bounty program, termed "Hack the Army": The three-week scheme found 118 unique and actionable reports; the first vulnerability was found within five minutes of the launch of the program.

HackerOne & Synack partner with DoD to follow up on "Hack the Pentagon" initiative - News

October 21, 2016
WASHINGTON. HackerOne and Synack received a Department of Defense (DoD) contract to create a new contract vehicle for for DoD components and services to launch ?bug bounty? challenges with the goal to normalize the crowd-sourced approach to digital defenses.