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I hacked the Ministry of Defence so they sent me this coin

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  • by Jacob Riggs
  • 28-09-2021
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The UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) sent me a VDP challenge coin for my finding and responsible disclosure of a critical (9.6 CVSS) severity vulnerability.

Ministry of Defence hacker coin

Together with the coin was a small thank you note.

Thank you! The Ministry of Defence takes the security of our systems seriously. To show our appreciation for all your time and effort, we would like to reward you with a Vulnerability Disclosure hacker coin.

This echos a similar response to when I hacked the Dutch government and they sent me a t-shirt.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Jacob Riggs

Jacob Riggs is the founder of Deadswitch. He is a Security Specialist based in the UK with over a decade of experience working to improve the cyber security of media and third sector organisations. His contributions focus on expanding encryption tools, promoting crypto-anarchist philosophy, and pioneering projects centred on leveraging cryptography to protect the privacy and political freedoms of others.

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