SecurityTrails Blog · Mar 15 · by Sara Jelen

It's Here: Bug Bounty Hunting Month Has Arrived

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The wait is finally over—SecurityTrails Bug Bounty Hunting Month has officially started!

SecurityTrails has long been a hunter's favorite. When it comes to domain and subdomain enumeration, spotting potential port risks and boosting recon efforts, our data gives an edge to bug hunting.

To celebrate bug bounty hunters in a big way, we've organized a full month from March 14th to April 15th of expert content, great giveaways and special deals on a new toolbox, created especially to boost your hunting!

Expect interviews with your favorites from the bug bounty hunting scene:

  • Ben aka pry (@pry0cc)
  • Ben from NahamSec (@NahamSec)
  • Stijn and Inti from Intigriti (@intigriti)
  • ...and more hunters and researchers

Accelerate your recon with our power tips on:

  • Host discovery
  • Subdomain mapping
  • Discovering associated domains
  • Exploring IP neighbors

Get ready for some epic giveaways of our flagship passive intelligence tool too! Throughout the month, keep your eyes on our Twitter account as we will be organizing several giveaways to win access to SurfaceBrowser™ and get critical info on any company.

Ready to improve your bug hunting?

If so, we’re giving you a competitive advantage with powerful data resources at an amazing discount. In our newly released Bug Bounty Hunter's Toolkit, you can expect:

  • Subdomain enumeration
  • Associated domains
  • DNS and WHOIS historical data
  • ...and much more

During Bug Bounty Hunting Month only, the Bug Bounty Hunter's Toolkit will be available at an incredible 50% discount. You will be able to get an access code distributed through our network of partners and friends in the bug bounty hunting community.

The Bug Bounty Hunter’s Toolkit is available exclusively to bug bounty hunters. Any commercial use beyond bug bounty hunting is not allowed.

Happy hunting and let's celebrate #BBHM together!

Sara Jelen Blog Author

Sara believes the human element is often at the core of all cybersecurity issues. It’s this perspective that brings a refreshing voice to the SecurityTrails team. Her ability to bridge cognitive/social motivators and how they impact the cybersecurity industry is always enlightening.

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