Months after its nigthmarish launch, cryptocurrency and blockchain security researchers are still finding vulnerabilities in EOS, according to recent activity on breach disclosure platform HackerOne. After reviewing the latest bug disclosures on the platform, Hard Fork found that EOS developer Block.one closed eight vulnerability reports submitted by white-hat hackers in January alone, for a total of $50,750 worth of bug bounties. It’s worth noting that out of the eight bounties, five qualified for Block.one’s $10,000 reward, reserved for critical vulnerabilities. This extends Block.one’s unfortunate vulnerability disclosure streak from last year. After launching its disclosure program at the end of May,…

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