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?

Companies
15 companies use HackerOne in their tech stacks, including Uber, Dropbox, and Twitter.

Developers
4 developers use HackerOne.

HackerOne Integrations

GitHub, Jira, Zendesk, Bugzilla, and Assembla are some of the popular tools that integrate with HackerOne. Here's a list of all 7 tools that integrate with HackerOne.

Why developers like HackerOne?

Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use HackerOne

HackerOne's features

  • 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

What are some alternatives to HackerOne?
Bugcrowd
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!
Federacy
Enlist the help of vetted security experts to find bugs and vulnerabilities in your software.
Cobalt
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.

HackerOne's Stats

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