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February 09, 2018, 06:15:11 PM
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The latest Buglab blog is unleashed! 🎯

You Need to Know About These Small to Medium-Sized Business Vulnerabilities

In our busy culture, we’ve come to expect everything to happen at lightning speed. When we click on a map on our mobile device,
or anything else, we expect immediate results. Otherwise, it won’t take very long at all before we’ll upgrade our OS, or even swap
our devices for the newest hardware.

The chipmakers are well aware of this consumer behavior, one reason some of them, notably Intel, have integrated predictive
loading technology into firmware. It turns out that most modern microprocessors, particularly those in smartphones, are built to
anticipate what a user will do next. This provides an edge over the older chips not built with such firmware...


Read more below:

https://blog.buglab.io/you-need-to-know-about-these-small-to-medium-sized-business-vulnerabilities-cdeadf536c04


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February 09, 2018, 06:21:32 PM
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We will soon be announcing an Airdrop for the community, in conjunction with the whitelisting for our TDE.

Stay tuned for more info!  Smiley
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February 09, 2018, 06:48:38 PM
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This would be a wonderful project once it is released for the users due to a lot of security issues over the net however how can we ensure that this white hat hackers will not turn down the system in the future? Anyways,  I know that your team will definitely get all trusted people.

thank you for your support, to answer you, the first thing is that unlike the bug bounty platforms, we don’t let anyone contribute to our challenges. The pentesters who will be on our platform must already be certified and validated by our teams. In addition, a company has the posibility to invite pentesters from a defined their country.

Then on each competitions, the pentesters must agree our code of conduct.

Finally, the purpose of the competition is precisely to discover all the vulnerabilities and that these are fixed by the companies. So it should no longer be possible to exploit.

We remain at your disposal for any further details

How long will the certification and validation process of pentesters take, and what will it involve? It seems it would be quite a long and rigorous process.
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February 09, 2018, 07:23:21 PM
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I just read the whitepaper and this is a very good idea/concept you guys have. Do you provide a possibility to get BGL tokens like a bounty campaign?

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February 09, 2018, 07:26:25 PM
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This sounds like a good upcoming project. Waiting for the Airdrop Grin
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February 09, 2018, 07:28:39 PM
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I just read the whitepaper and this is a very good idea/concept you guys have. Do you provide a possibility to get BGL tokens like a bounty campaign?

We are defining the terms of our Airdrop which should start soon, you will be able to earn some BGL tokens for very simple tasks.
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February 09, 2018, 07:41:23 PM
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rather need a form of air
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February 14, 2018, 10:41:30 PM
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This would be a wonderful project once it is released for the users due to a lot of security issues over the net however how can we ensure that this white hat hackers will not turn down the system in the future? Anyways,  I know that your team will definitely get all trusted people.

thank you for your support, to answer you, the first thing is that unlike the bug bounty platforms, we don’t let anyone contribute to our challenges. The pentesters who will be on our platform must already be certified and validated by our teams. In addition, a company has the posibility to invite pentesters from a defined their country.

Then on each competitions, the pentesters must agree our code of conduct.

Finally, the purpose of the competition is precisely to discover all the vulnerabilities and that these are fixed by the companies. So it should no longer be possible to exploit.

We remain at your disposal for any further details

How long will the certification and validation process of pentesters take, and what will it involve? It seems it would be quite a long and rigorous process.

The process should take a couple of hours once all the information requested is provided by the applicant security researcher, we have a list of cybersecurity certifications that we recognize and accept. Applicants can also prove their skills by participating in the vigilante protocol and earning points.
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February 14, 2018, 10:44:33 PM
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Interesting team line-up. So who's the official community manager here? Who's the bounty manager here? And will you bail out of Bitcointalk when you get your ICO funds? I would like to have a reply on this.
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February 14, 2018, 10:54:23 PM
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Hello! I am editor from icoholder.com. Your ICO was added to our listing and now is available to investors: https://icoholder.com/en/buglab-18235 You can edit your Page  by adding more information about your ICO after verification and also verify team members to improve ranking.

Thanks for setting it up and sharing!  Smiley
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February 14, 2018, 10:56:22 PM
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Interesting team line-up. So who's the official community manager here? Who's the bounty manager here? And will you bail out of Bitcointalk when you get your ICO funds? I would like to have a reply on this.

We have no bounty announcement for the moment, we will have an airdrop coming up soon as mentioned above.

More details will be announced in due course. We like Bitcointalk not sure what you mean with your assumption.
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February 15, 2018, 04:05:08 AM
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This would be a wonderful project once it is released for the users due to a lot of security issues over the net however how can we ensure that this white hat hackers will not turn down the system in the future? Anyways,  I know that your team will definitely get all trusted people.

thank you for your support, to answer you, the first thing is that unlike the bug bounty platforms, we don’t let anyone contribute to our challenges. The pentesters who will be on our platform must already be certified and validated by our teams. In addition, a company has the posibility to invite pentesters from a defined their country.

Then on each competitions, the pentesters must agree our code of conduct.

Finally, the purpose of the competition is precisely to discover all the vulnerabilities and that these are fixed by the companies. So it should no longer be possible to exploit.

We remain at your disposal for any further details

How long will the certification and validation process of pentesters take, and what will it involve? It seems it would be quite a long and rigorous process.

The process should take a couple of hours once all the information requested is provided by the applicant security researcher, we have a list of cybersecurity certifications that we recognize and accept. Applicants can also prove their skills by participating in the vigilante protocol and earning points.

A series of strict confidentiality agreements should be signed, and any company does not like the loopholes in its own system to be publicized.
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February 15, 2018, 07:27:51 PM
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Buglab Bio: Azdine Bouhou, Software Architect

At buglab, we’re all about community. We’re a dedicated team of professionals, but we’re also a family of supportive peers.
And like any family, we all have our different attributes, our peculiar quarks, and our individual ambitions.

As we continue to work towards our common goal, we’re eager to share our dreams and personalities with you.

This Tuesday, we’re chatting with Azdine Bouhou, Software Architect at Buglab.


Find out more on the Buglab blog:

https://blog.buglab.io/buglab-bio-azdine-bouhou-software-architect-43769c35fb23


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February 15, 2018, 07:51:32 PM
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Hi! I really like your idea, nice whitepaper and great design. I only want to say you that you have a typo on your first post, the hyperlink of the website is not right. Anyway good job and I will follow your project closely.
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February 15, 2018, 08:14:22 PM
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Hi! I really like your idea, nice whitepaper and great design. I only want to say you that you have a typo on your first post, the hyperlink of the website is not right. Anyway good job and I will follow your project closely.

Thanks for pointing that out we have fixed it  Smiley
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February 18, 2018, 05:50:18 PM
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Hi! I really like your idea, nice whitepaper and great design. I only want to say you that you have a typo on your first post, the hyperlink of the website is not right. Anyway good job and I will follow your project closely.

Thanks for pointing that out we have fixed it  Smiley

Also, in the sale kit, the Average Reward is set as 200 BGL but should read 2000 BGL.
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February 19, 2018, 10:09:09 AM
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This project looks very serious.  Can you tell me please?  On which exchanges will the token be tradable?   Thank.
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February 19, 2018, 12:53:09 PM
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It's looks like a good ideal. Let's waiting.
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February 19, 2018, 02:04:24 PM
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so from January 30 to February 19, nothing new except a  software architects curriculum vitae where he poses like a marketing specialist ...
the project seems interesting...
the projects target audience is small and medium-sized businesses; how do they can justify spending paid with e-currencies? u stipulate that each service will be subject to a contract, is it allowed in France to establish service contracts paid in e-currencies?
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March 26, 2018, 12:56:27 PM
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This is a first of its kind that will use a blockchain in a way of securing the cyber world. Cybercrime is really progressing along side with the advancing of the world wide web and because blockchain is really a big potential to be used as a tool for cyber security medium Buglab have the advantage of making it to the top of the blockchain cyber security industry. Congratulations and looking forward to the success of Buglab - BGL!
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