Gaming rewards and marketing company Refereum announces its partnership with HackerOne, working with their global community of white-hat hackers and researchers to make Refereum the strongest and most secure platform that it can be.
As Refereum operates in the nascent and often-turbulent crypto and blockchain space, the company takes its dedication to security and privacy very seriously — that’s why Refereum has chosen to follow the security industry’s best practice by launching such a program. Experienced hackers worldwide can now test Refereum.com for potential security vulnerabilities, earning up to USD $2,000 while helping protect Refereum’s community even further.
“With so much uncertainty and so many scams in the crypto space, we consider it a top priority to make Refereum.com as secure as possible — both for holders of the $RFR token and for the gamers that use our platform,” says Refereum’s Chief Technical Officer, Alistair Doulin. “We’re very impressed with the high-profile work HackerOne has accomplished with companies such as Twitter and Nintendo, and we’re pleased as punch to now be working with them, too.”
Through HackerOne, ethical hackers and security researchers can report vulnerabilities so they can be safely resolved before they are exploited by malicious actors. The bug bounty program offers monetary rewards, also known as bounties, for vulnerabilities reported in Refereum.com. To learn more about the program or to report a vulnerability, visit https://hackerone.com/refereum.
Refereum is on a mission to reward players’ passion for gaming by helping developers market their game. Everybody wins.
Founded by a team of blockchain, crypto, and game industry veterans, Refereum offers an innovative way for members of any gaming community to connect and earn rewards for their influence, and is proud to be partnered with well-known gaming companies such as Microsoft’s Undead Labs.
About Hacker One
HackerOne is the #1 hacker-powered security platform, helping organizations find and fix critical vulnerabilities before they can be exploited. More Fortune 500 and Forbes Global 1000 companies trust HackerOne than any other hacker-powered security alternative. The U.S. Department of Defense, General Motors, Google, Twitter, GitHub, Nintendo, Lufthansa, Microsoft, MINDEF Singapore, Panasonic Avionics, Qualcomm, Starbucks, Dropbox, Intel, the CERT Coordination Center and over 1,400 other organizations have partnered with HackerOne to find over 120,000 vulnerabilities and award over $58M in bug bounties. HackerOne is headquartered in San Francisco with offices in London, New York, the Netherlands, and Singapore.