Intigriti

Bug Bounty & Agile Pentesting Platform

Enhanced Reporting Experience

In this release, we focused on improving your reporting experience. A quick typo or a cluttered code block is a thing of the past with code syntax highlighting and a native spell check everywhere! New changes to your reporting experience in a nutshell: Native browser spell check in Markdown Code syntax highlighting in submissions with: […]

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4 ways Intigriti empowers it’s security researcher community to thrive

Building a strong ecosystem is key to optimizing the collective benefit for both Intigriti clients and researchers. By creating more value for one entity, it provides opportunities and brings stability to the other. At Intigriti, for example, we support the community to become better hackers, and in turn, enable them to deliver more high-quality reports […]

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Bug Bytes #175 – 60 RCEs in 60min, Free Google Play Store ebooks & How to easily parse Burp Project files

Bug Bytes is a weekly newsletter curated by members of the bug bounty community. The first series is curated by Mariem, better known as PentesterLand. Every week, she keeps us up to date with a comprehensive list of write-ups, tools, tutorials and resources. This issue covers the weeks from June 13 to 20. Special announcement […]

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Intigriti achieves ISO 27001 – the industry’s most highly regarded security standard

Intigriti, Europe’s leading bug bounty and vulnerability disclosure platform, is pleased to announce that it has attained ISO 27001 certification–the rigorous international standard that specifies best practices for information security management systems (ISMS). ISO 27001 certification guarantees the safe management and security of assets such as financial information, intellectual property, employee details or information entrusted […]

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Getting (back) together to hack! 

Live Hacking Events (LHEs) are something special for everyone involved. Unlike regular, continuous bug bounty programs, LHEs really focus the attention of a select group of outstanding researchers on a very limited scope with equally limited time. And while we have had some very successful remote LHEs, we are also really looking forward to being […]

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