Today, The Wordfence Bug Bounty Program was featured on an episode of the Critical Thinking Podcast, a top resource and community for bug bounty researchers. Critical Thinking is a podcast focused on ethical hacking and security analysis and is described as a “by Hackers for Hackers podcast focused on technical content ranging from bug bounty tips, to write-up explanations, to the latest hacking techniques.”
Partnering with enablers in the security research community, like Critical Thinking, is one way that we are furthering our goal at Wordfence/Defiant of securing the Web.
Critical Thinking also has a growing Discord community of hackers and security enthusiasts who spend their days sharing insight, encouragement, and hard-won knowledge and wisdom as they work together to make the web a safer place. And their community members seem to be having a great time doing it.
Who Are The Hosts of The Critical Thinking Podcast?
Host Justin Gardner is a full-time bug bounty hunter and top-ranked live hacking event competitor, who has claimed 2 separate Most Valuable Hacker awards, as well as other trophies and accolades for his skills.
Co-host Joel Margolis is also a top bug bounty hunter and has participated and received awards in 30+ live hacking events, in addition to a career as an appsec engineer for some well known tech companies.
Here’s another link to watch that episode (or listen) on your favorite platforms.
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