Advancements have been made to Crowdcontrol to bolster the security of the platform as well as improve its usability. The updates now offer advancements that offer a workflow built to improve the efficiency of everyday users.
Significant improvements have been made to Crowdcontrol to build upon its current intuitive experience and offer enhancements that will help improve the efficiency of everyday users. Each enhancement augments the use of existing features such as the Submission Search Bar, JIRA integration, Insights Dashboard, and Notifications.
Introducing a new program performance metric on the Program Page, highlighting the time it takes organizations to validate incoming submissions. Crowdcontrol's submission search bar continues to improve the efficiency of finding submissions by adding the ability to search by VRT categories. Customers can track credential allocation if their program is using credentials.
This update includes a security enhancement as we've implemented CSP protections to better protect from possible vulnerabilities. In addition, we released the ability to seamlessly sort the order of the targets on your program brief with a simple drag and drop feature. The submission search bar has been updated to include additional filtering for both our customers and researchers.
This update introduces comprehensive submission filtering capabilities, with a new intuitive search bar providing unique filter sets built to optimize the amount of time spent finding submissions.
VRT 1.3 includes changes to improve the alignment of the VRT to the newest release of OWASP's Top 10 2017 and mapped the VRT to CVSS.
Crowdcontrol's notification feature is now smarter than ever as it will automatically mark all unread notifications as read once you've viewed the submission.
The Bugcrowd Vulnerability Rating Taxonomy is now open sourced on GitHub and offers streamlined integration with VRT gem.
This update delivers helpful tools to help improve the platform experience for both researcher and customers.