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Why You Fail at Bug Bounties

Reasons you are not finding bugs, and ways to improve

Photo by Estée Janssens on Unsplash

You’ve poured hours and hours, days and days into looking for vulnerabilities and still haven’t found a single one.

You follow all the rules. You use all the tools. You stay in scope. What could be going wrong? What secrets are the leaderboard hackers hiding? Today, let’s discuss the mistakes that…

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Vickie Li

Vickie Li

Professional investigator of nerdy stuff. Hacks and secures. Creates god awful infographics. https://twitter.com/vickieli7

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