HackenProof is a crowdsourced vulnerability rewarding platform enabling IT businesses and blockchain companies to detect software bugs and improve the overall security of their infrastructure. Remunerated HKNs, researchers are the main stakeholders of the platform. Clients sign up for the bug bounty program, set the scope, decide on program type, set the level of payment and wait for the reports.
The cost of starting HackenProof is cheaper than hiring independent experts. Specialists with different levels of knowledge, mindset, tools and from various time zones attack client company’s resources in 24/7. A clear report and analytics of the system’s vulnerable areas allow implementing more secure procedures. Hacken has already opened HackenProof for a number of companies including: NEVERDIE, Interkassa, OSA, TicketsUA and NapoleonX. The latter addressed Hacken after receiving blackmail from a hacker who threatened to expose their security flaw. An express bug bounty was launched and no severe vulnerability was found.
Until April 31st, every project which orders bug bounty will be given 20% discount on the signup fee. If the first deposit is in HKNs, the project will be granted 50% discount. Sign up includes a free penetration testing of a product or system.
Dmitry Budorin, Hacken’s CEO said: “Since the beginning of our project, Hacken’s mission has been improving global cybersecurity standards. That’s why we decided to integrate tokenized economy into the security field. We believe that this approach will help modern businesses to get services of better quality while spending less money. At the same time, white hat hackers will also get a significant financial benefit and appropriate working conditions.”
Hacken’s security partners are Nucleus Vision, SingularityNet, Qbao, Remme, Legolas Exchange, Jibrel, SONM, CRYCASH, Indorse, Membrana, Kuna, Skraps, Neuromation, CCN, Amchart, Essentia, Selfllery, and Fluence.
The Hacken Ecosystem Contains offers other services, including: anti-phishing, smart contract audit, penetration testing and the HackIT conference