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Where can I practice bug bounties?

Where can I practice bug bounties?


Asked On2022-01-27 14:38:01 by:Suresha-N

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Bug Bounty Websites

Here’s a list of some of the best hacker websites for beginners:

1. Google Gruyere

Google Gruyere is one of the most recommended bug bounty websites for beginners. It’s often referred to as “cheesy” because the website is full of vulnerabilities for people to learn how to hack. The bugs range from cross-site scripting (CSS) to denial-of-service issues.

What’s particularly useful is that this site is written in Python for hackers to learn via black box and white box testing.

2. HackThis!!

HackThis!! offers over 50 levels of difficulty so you can start as a bug bounty beginner. The goal of this site it to show how hacks, dumps, and defacements are accomplished. It also has an active community to give you help hacking and share important security news.

3. Hack The Box

This penetration testing lab is the perfect hacking site to advance your bug bounty knowledge as a beginner or pentest master. Hack The Box is for students, cybersecurity employees, and self-taught hackers to join in on one of their 127 challenges (or rent a private lab).

If you’re interested in a few more bug bounty websites to make sure you’re a well-rounded hacker, check out our other article on 13 Vulnerable Websites & Web Apps for Pen Testing and Research.



Answerd on:2022-01-27 Answerd By:Sheethal-

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