Last September, we announced our pro bono program to support non-commercial organizations and open-source applications. With this program, we want to help them to increase security if they cannot afford a professional penetration test. For selected applicants, we will conduct a professional penetration test with a total expense of up to ten man-days - for free!
"The reports you sent were very easy to follow and understand, and all the vulnerabilities and recommendations make a lot of sense."
Dimitri Witkowski | KeeWeb
Are you involved with any project or application that could benefit from a professional penetration test, as well?
As an example, an interesting aspect of your application could be the login process. The protection of the users’ data relies on a secure login process. The integration of single sign-on with major social logins, such as Google, Apple, or Facebook, is prone to have security issues because its configuration is often not straightforward.
Please apply to become our next candidate if your project/application fulfills the following requirements:
- Non-commercial application (e.g., open-source software)
- High impact (e.g., a high number of users or high criticality in the security/privacy areas)
- You as an applicant should take care of clarifying any potential ethical and legal concerns.
There will not be any significant difference between our pro bono penetration test and our usual commercial engagements except that you do not have to pay anything. However, in contrast to our commercial tests, you must agree to allow Hackmanit to publish the unfiltered version of our penetration test report. We will do this after you have fixed the weaknesses or, at the latest, after 90 days from informing you about the weaknesses.
What should your application cover?
- Project name
- Your name and your affiliation within the software project
- Short motivation: Why should we choose your project for the pro bono penetration test?
We will inform you if we choose your project.
Finished Pro Bono Penetration Tests:
- KeeWeb, May 2020