Become a Friendly Hacker!
Want to become a Friendly Hacker at Bug Bounty Hub? Find out how here.
Bug Bounty Hub makes it a point to give Friendly Hackers as much privacy as possible, but at the same time to give our customers the necessary trust. Therefore, we rely on a staged verification of you as a Friendly Hacker
Identification level 1
You register yourself via the portal (login) with at least your first name, last name and email address. Now you can already go "hunting" in public programs. Only your nickname is visible to our customers. To submit vulnerabilities, you need identification level 2.
Identification level 2
Would you also like to be considered for private programs? Or would you like to submit a vulnerability?
Then you should be verified to at least level 2. You have to tell us your date of birth, your nationality and the country of your primary residence. We verify this information via video call or through an external identification service provider. The video call also offers the opportunity to tell us a little more about your hacking experience - we look forward to it.
Found a bug
You have found a bug in a public or private program and want to report it? In order for us to pay you your reward for accepted vulnerability reports, we need your full contact details (Level 1, Level 2 details plus full residential address) and an IBAN.
Join the community on Slack
Exchange ideas with other Friendly Hackers and get the latest news about Bug Bounty Hub.
Show us your hacking experience
In addition to identification level 2, there are other factors that determine acceptance into Private Bug Bounty programmes. One factor is your proven hacking experience. Either through vulnerabilities found at Bug Bounty Hub, through your hacking successes on other platforms or through certificates. State your previous experience when registering or simply contact us personally.
Cooperation with the training platform BugBountyHunter.com
Want to learn how to hack step by step? BugBountyHunter.com gives you the opportunity to learn or develop your hacking skills in a structured way. If you also reach level 4 on BugBountyHunter, we'll put you on our shortlist for private bug bounty programmes.