Bugcrowd vs CrowdCurity: What are the differences?
Bugcrowd: Managed bug bounty programs, better security testing. 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!; CrowdCurity: Connecting businesses with security testers. Bitcoin first. 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.
Bugcrowd and CrowdCurity can be primarily classified as "Bug Bounty as a Service" tools.
Some of the features offered by Bugcrowd are:
- Manage vulnerabilities - A focused vulnerability tracking system built for bug bounty communication, data management, and payments.
- Hall of fame - Updated live, giving testers the acknowledgement they deserve - and visitors to your site peace of mind.
- Private disclosure page - Secure submission forms that let testers disclose issues to you privately. Put an end to vulnerability emails cluttering your inbox.
On the other hand, CrowdCurity provides the following key features:
- 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
What is Bugcrowd?
What is CrowdCurity?
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What are the cons of using Bugcrowd?
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What tools integrate with Bugcrowd?
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Bugcrowd is a great platform with third party oversight ensuring that bugs submitted get paid for managed bounties and even assist if a non-managed bug bounty tries to rip off researchers. Hackerone does not have that. That is just one thing about bugcrowd that hackerone doesn't have. You can read the full analysis of bugcrowd vs hackerone at https://planetzuda.com/2015/02/20/bugcrowd-vs-hackerone-review/