What is CrowdCurity?
Simply create a vulnerabilty reward program (or we'll do it for you) and get skilled testers to give you feedback on the security of your web application. If you have not tried a reward program before, CrowdCurity even offers to do a soft launch, only inviting 1-3 top testers, before you go full crowd.
CrowdCurity is a tool in the Bug Bounty as a Service category of a tech stack.
Why developers like CrowdCurity?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use CrowdCurity
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- You select the application(s) you want to have tested
- You select the reward sizes for valid vulnerabilities
- You review our best practice program rules and add extra rules if neccesary
- Tester submits found vulnerabilities through a structured form with all the details needed for you to evaluate it
- You will be informed about each submission on mail and you will be able to view the submissions in your dashboard
- You send your evaluation and the reward size back to the tester via our vulnerability management tool
- If you decide to give a reward, we will handle the payment to the tester and will invoice you the reward fee and the related service fee of 20%
CrowdCurity Alternatives & Comparisons
What are some alternatives to CrowdCurity?
Someone has found a potential security issue with your technology. What happens next? Making certain this discovery leads to a positive outcome for everyone involved is crucial. Replacing an antiquated security@ mailbox with the HackerOne platform brings order and control to an otherwise chaotic process.
Our Crowdcontrol platform safely connects you to a curated community of 8,300 security researchers to securely capture, triage and reward vulnerabilities in your code. Reduce your effort by over 85% and get back to work!
Sign up for free in just a few minutes and ask our top researchers to evaluate the security of your web or mobile app. Decide to run either a bug bounty program or an agile crowdsourced security audit. Choose from our Core of vetted researchers or the whole Crowd.
Enlist the help of vetted security experts to find bugs and vulnerabilities in your software.