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Stepping Through Your First Web App Penetration Test

If you’ve been: a) thinking of taking matters into your own hands and testing your own web apps; b) trying desperately to get your bug bounty ranking up; or c) taking a web app pentesting course and in need of some clarifications to be addressed, then it would be in your very best interest to join us on June 27th 2017, at 1PM ET for our fifth technical webinar this 2017: Stepping Through Your First Web App Penetration Test.

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Boot Camp: A Beginner’s Guide to Bug Bounties

A few years ago, hacking the United States Government might have landed you with Computer Fraud and Abuse Act charges and a lengthy stint in a federal penitentiary. Fast forward to 2016 – hacking the US would still bring you behind bars, save for a few select systems.

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2 Security Researchers Rewarded a Million Air Miles Each

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Two Information Security researchers each received 1 Million Air Miles from United Airlines for uncovering vulnerabilities in their system.

A couple of months ago, we’ve written about this bug bounty reward program from this airline company and now two IT security researchers got themselves the maximum payout reward.

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Get 1 Million Air Miles with United Airlines Bug Bounty Program

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eLearnSecurity students, want to get 1 million air miles? Go get yourself a reward with United Airlines Bug Bounty Program!

American airline company, United Airlines, launched a bug bounty program (a first in the airline industry) rewarding information security researchers as much as 1 million air miles for finding high-critical vulnerabilities in their websites, applications or online portals.

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Google Vulnerability Research Grant – $3,133.70 Reward

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Google has launched the Vulnerability Research Grant which is an experimental initiative to reward information security researchers that look into their products and services even if there are no vulnerabilities found. These IT researchers (sometimes known as white-hat hackers) will be provided upfront awards as high as 3,133.70 USD.

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