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US Govt kicked off ‘Hack the Army 3.0’ bug bounty program

January 7, 2021

The U.S. government launched Hack the Army 3.0, the third edition of its bug bounty program, in collaboration with the HackerOne platform.

The second Hack the Army bug bounty program ran between October 9 and November 15, 2019 through the HackerOne platform. The bug bounty program operated by the Defense Digital Service, along with the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) paid more than $275,000 in rewards and a total of 146 valid vulnerabilities were reported.

The previous edition of the bug bounty program saw the participation of the 52 white hat hackers. US army asked participants to test more than 60 publicly accessible web assets, including *, *, and the Arlington Cemetery website.

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