Advantages of Bug Bounty
Our bug bounty hunters discover serious and complex system errors, as well as small recurring bugs that negatively influence the user experience, providing unbiased functional quality assurance testing.
Hidden bugs and exploits with serious consequences
Most enterprises should be familiar with the issue that even after internal quality assurance processes are completed, there are still weaknesses or exploits in the test application. Some of these appear regularly, but without any clues indicating the root cause.Show more
Others appear sporadically, and are stumbled upon by accident when customers use your digital product.
The severity of these defects come in a wide range, from non-essential features that are misbehaving to major security issues. Both can damage the reputation of your software and could in turn have a negative influence on the reputation and economic success of your company.
These serious issues occur because quality assurance specialists are unable to remain objective about their own product – they’re always biased. Similarly, in-house QA testers cannot guarantee that they will locate every single defect. Additionally, in every sprint and every iteration of your product, time pressure, lack of resources, and insufficient test devices limit your efforts for unit testing and software quality assurance.Show less
The Crowd hunts down your software issues
With testers from our Crowd, you receive massive help in tackling these serious challenges. Whether you only need a few testers that focus on specific features, or a large group that meticulously inspects your entire product, the Crowd is scalable, flexible, and adaptable to your particular product and project.Show more
Does a software defect keep appearing, but you’re unable to reproduce it or figure out why it’s occurring? After finding the root cause, the Crowd provides you with useful test results in the form of test reports and crash logs, so you can finally reproduce, identify, and eliminate that system error.
Our bounty hunters also help with security assessment – revealing security gaps and vulnerabilities based on weak spots around SQL injection, XSS, or CSRF.
As a client you’ll only pay for defects found, but with all the experts and devices in our Crowd at-the-ready, right when you need them! So, identify your security issues now – before hackers or your customers do.Show less
Do you have questions about Bug Bounty?
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What is Bug Bounty?
A bug bounty, app bounty, or bug bounty program is a QA methodologies term. Usually, it refers to a reward or bounty program in software testing which rewards the finding and reporting of bugs and exposes security vulnerabilities in a digital product.
Bug bounty programs aim to drive product improvement and discover security bugs and exploits in your software. Typically, the bug hunters perform penetration testing that runs as an addition to a standard security audit.
In our Bug Bounty service, we create and manage your own Crowd-powered “hacker” security program. We provide detailed test instructions for the bug hunters, covering the scope of targets and findings, which software behaviors are acceptable, and what an ideal vulnerability report should look like.
Imagine you’re repeatedly battling with a reappearing bug. The malfunction causes your app to crash on Samsung devices and as a result, the app’s rating in the Google Play Store drops massively. Your developers and your internal quality assurance team are both unable to identify the reason behind the crash. Now, imagine hundreds of crowdtesters, with different combinations of Samsung devices and Android OS versions, are dispatched to find and reproduce the bug and then document the test results. With the help of the reports and crash logs they submit, the problem could be identified within 24 hours and finally be fixed.
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