Bug Bounties

BountyPage helps you setup and run public and private bug bounty and responsible vulnerability disclosure programs.

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Bug Bounties are specialist programs run by businesses or governments to encourage researchers to highlight vulnerabilities in their systems. These programs provide financial rewards for researchers who find and report bugs, with the aim of improving security for everyone.

There are many bug bounty programs out there, run by a variety of companies and organizations. Some of the most famous programs include those run by Google, Microsoft, and Apple. Many bug bounty programs are open to anyone, while others are invite-only.

To participate in a bug bounty program, researchers need to find a bug and then report it to the program organizers. If the bug is confirmed, the researcher may receive a reward. The amount of the reward depends on the program, but can be anything from a few hundred dollars to tens of thousands of dollars.

SecApps BountyPage helps you set up and run your own bug bounty program. We provide all the tools you need to get started, including a vulnerability submission system, bug tracker, and ways to connect to other 3rd-party systems. We also offer a range of support services to help you run your program successfully, including training and advice on best practices as well as support from our team of security experts.

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