savedroid incorporates Hackerone’s bug bounty program into its security playbook
savedroid is excited to announce this collaboration with HackerOne to steadily improve the overall security of the savedroid apps.
HackerOne is a San Francisco-based cybersecurity company that partners with hackers from around the world to identify potential vulnerabilities so they can be safely resolved.
Since the bounty program launched, savedroid was able to resolve nearly 16 vulnerabilities reported by friendly hackers.
Not only has savedroid’s first response time to newly submitted findings decreased significantly since launching the program, but there has been a significant reduction of critical bugs achieved, ultimately helping the company scale and better engage with the hacker community.
“ Security isn’t a feature for us, it is the pinnacle of our products. There are a lot of security platforms out there, and bug bounties can be a helpful tool if you’re invested in your own security prevention and detection. With HackerOne we have a top-notch partner that makes possible to harness the power of a larger community while triaging reports.” says Tobias Zander, CTO of savedroid.
From the outset, the code base underpinning savedroid has been engineered with security in mind. No system can be completely secure, but every system can be continuously improved towards that goal.
The HackerOne bug bounty program is the latest in a series of steps to support the security and stability of the savedroid apps.
If you’re interested in learning more about our bug bounty program or would like to report a vulnerability, please visit https://hackerone.com/savedroid.