Favourite vulnerability disclosure programs based on the interactions with the teams
In 2017, I published an Internet draft for a proposed standard which allows websites to define security policies called security.txt.Learn more →
$ cat security.txt Contact: https://hackerone.com/ed/reports/new Policy: https://hackerone.com/ed Encryption: https://edoverflow.com/key.asc Acknowledgements: https://hackerone.com/ed/thanks
I work on a wide variety of projects and love contributing to open-source software. My most notable contributions have been to Gratipay, Liberapay, LinkFinder, Crypto101, hacker101.com, and CHVote. You can find my projects on GitHub.
In my spare time, I like to do research on various areas of the security industry and find security issues in popular projects that many of us depend on. Most of my reports are public and you can read up about them on HackerOne. I have submitted valid security vulnerabilities to Keybase, GitLab, Swisscom, Razer, and many more.
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You might spot me on some occations at live-hacking events including the H1-202 live-hacking event in Washington where hackers competed to secure Mapbox. (Images courtesy of HackerOne and Douwe de Boer.)
“The Telltale Text File: Security Researcher Proposes Standardization for Reporting Vulnerabilities”
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