As we wrap up Cybersecurity Awareness Month, the GitHub bug bounty team is excited to spotlight one of the security researchers who participates in the GitHub Security Bug Bounty Program.
It was another record year for our Security Bug Bounty program. We're excited to highlight some achievements we’ve made together with the bounty community from 2021!
We’re excited to highlight another top contributing researcher to GitHub’s Bug Bounty Program: @yvvdwf
GitHub's bug bounty team is excited to kick off Cybersecurity Awareness Month with a spotlight on two security researchers who participate in the GitHub Security Bug Bounty Program.
GitHub’s bug bounty program is now a mature component of how we improve product security. We're excited to highlight some achievements (and interesting vulnerabilities)!
Learn more about the Bug Bounty program, including a recap of 2019’s bugs, our expanded scope, new features, and more.
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