Yogosha

Yogosha is a Bug Bounty Platform.

A bug bounty program is a deal offered by many companies by which whitehat hackers can receive recognition and compensation for reporting bugs related to security vulnerabilities.

Bug bounties allow IT departments to discover and resolve bugs before cybercriminals are aware of them, preventing incidents of widespread abuse. Bug bounty programs started with Netscape in 1995, and have been implemented since by many corporations like Facebook, Yahoo!, Google, Microsoft, Paypal, AT&T or Tesla.

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Status: 

Operating

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Employee Count Range: 

2-10

Company type: 

Partnership

Founded year: 

2015

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