With our bug bounties, this is exactly what we do: selling you security bugs found on your IT, within a price range you have determined.

If you compare this business model with a traditional pentesting campaign, our business proposal can seem confusing, but it is simple and straightforward.

A Bug Bounty is a deal made between a growing number of companies and whitehat hacker communities, offering them rewards and recognition when they report security flaws. A bug Bounty helps IT departments uncover and correct security flaws and prevent future incidents.

Initiated by Netscape in 1995, Bug Bounties are used by hundreds of companies, starting with the ones that can organize it by themselves.

Most companies use a Bug Bounty platform to launch their Bug Bounty, they act as intermediaries between informations security experts and corporations.

Bug Bounty Companies

Pentesting is an IT security assessment. The method is to simulate an attack by a malicious user in order to analyse potential risk linked to a security flaw. Many corporations use pentesting campaigns to uncover security flaws appearing within their technologies when they update or change it.

You can kickoff your bug bounty with a few thousand euros, and start uncovering security flaws on your IT. Once you’ve launched your bug bounty, you will quickly see incoming bug reports in your inbox.

Yogosha is currently in private beta mode. Selected startups and key accounts participate at this stage of the company, and benefit from custom made bug bounties.

Would you like to enter Yogosha’s private beta and create a custom made bug bounty?

Let’s meet and talk about it…

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