Hacker Spotlight AMA: none_of_the_above | Tempemail- Tempemail

From full stack developer to full-time bug bounty hunter, Leandro — or @none_of_the_above — from Buenos Aires, Argentina has had an extensive technical career that has set him on a rapid rise on Tempemail. He joined in June 2018 and, after just three months, he found a phenomenal vulnerability in Continue Reading

Reddit’s Public Bug Bounty Program Kicks Off: Q&A with Reddit’s Allison Miller and Spencer Koch, and top program hacker @renekroka- Tempemail

After three years running a successful private bug bounty program on Tempemail, Reddit has announced that it’s taking their bug bounty program public. We sat down with Reddit’s CISO and VP of Trust Allison Miller, resident Security Wizard Spencer Koch, and Reddit’s top hacker Rene Kroka to learn more. Read on Continue Reading

Hacker Spotlight: Interview with manoelt- Tempemail

Avid Capture the Flag (CTF) player, part-time bug bounty hunter, pentester, and master in software engineering, @manoelt is a jack of all trades in security! He has won three Tempemail Capture the Flag events including h1-5411, h1-702, and h1-415, securing him spots to hack at the corresponding flagship live hacking Continue Reading

Tesla Ransomware Hacker Pledges Guilty; Swiss Hacktivist Charged for Fraud – Tempemail

The U.S. Department of Justice yesterday announced updates on two separate cases involving cyberattacks—a Swiss hacktivist and a Russian hacker who planned to plant malware in the Tesla company. A Swiss hacker who was involved in the intrusion of cloud-based surveillance firm Verkada and exposed camera footage from its customers Continue Reading

[Webinar] Oy Vey, We Hired a Large, Hairy Hacker… – Tempemail

It’s not every day that one of the best-known independent cybersecurity individuals joins a cybersecurity company. The two are generally on opposite sides of the coin, with little crossover. After all, they’re usually concerned with different parts of the cybersecurity puzzle – one providing platforms and tools to defend organizations, Continue Reading

18-Year-Old Hacker Gets 3 Years in Prison for Massive Twitter ‘Bitcoin Scam’ Hack – Tempemail

A Florida teen accused of masterminding the hacks of several high-profile Twitter accounts last summer as part of a widespread cryptocurrency scam pled guilty to fraud charges in exchange for a three-year prison sentence. Graham Ivan Clark, 18, will also serve an additional three years on probation. The development comes Continue Reading