What is HackerOne?
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.
HackerOne is a tool in the Bug Bounty as a Service category of a tech stack.
Who uses HackerOne?
16 companies reportedly use HackerOne in their tech stacks, including Uber, Dropbox, and Twitter.
30 developers on StackShare have stated that they use HackerOne.
GitHub, Jira, Zendesk, Redmine, and Bugzilla are some of the popular tools that integrate with HackerOne. Here's a list of all 8 tools that integrate with HackerOne.
Why developers like HackerOne?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use HackerOne
- Vulnerability Handling
- Multi-Party Coordination
- Flexible Integration
- Access Permission Controls
- Private and Public Programs
- Duplicate Report Detection
- Advanced Analytics
- Hacker Reputation
- Bounties and Rewards
- Managed Services Partners
- Trigger and Bulk Actions
- Data portability
HackerOne Alternatives & Comparisons
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