Learn to hack along side other hackers

Get ready to take your learning to the next level and join other researchers in person to tackle live challenges set by the mentor

So you wanna BugHunt?

Homerton Conference Centre, Cambridge, United Kingdom on 13th September 10:00am - 5:30pm (BST).
Sponsored by HackenProof
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Your Mentor

Join @zseano in the first edition of, "So you wanna bughunt?", a live training event designed to teach you the basics of hacking and then how to apply this in bugbounties. zseano has years of experience with bugbounties and managed to reach #2 overall on the bugbounty platform Bugcrowd in just 8 months when starting out. He is currently placed #9 and you can view his profile here.

zseano currently does free online mentoring via his YouTube channel and also has various challenges available but now wants to bring hackers together in the same space to take their learning to the next level and give a personal touch to their learning experience.

Your methodology

Get an insight into zseano's methodology on how he tackles bugbounty programs and learn why creating your own process is important.

New techniques

Learn new techniques when it comes to bypassing filters, discovering new content and getting in the mindset of a hacker.

Real scenarios

Attempt to find bugs that were personally found on bugbounty programs. Learn how the mentor discovered them and built them into a full working vulnerability.

Real-time help

Receive real-time help from the on-site mentor, zseano. Stuck with an issue, not quite getting something, or just want to pick their brain? Their knowledge is yours.

Event Schedule

Snacks & drinks will be provided throughout the day.

Friday, September 13th

  • 09:45 - 10:00 - Registration

  • 10:00 - 12:30 - Talks from @zseano

  • 12:30 - 13:30 - Lunch Break

  • 13:30 - 16:00 - Live learning/hacking

  • 16:00 - 16:30 - Break

  • 16:30 - 17:20 - Go through all bugs

  • 17:30 - End, Collect your swag ;)

Talks from zseano

Get an insight into how I tackle bugbounty programs and how you can apply my methodology yourself and start creating your own
Learn various tips & tricks to help save you time when hunting and learn what can be automated
Time to get motivated! Listen to various interesting bugs & bypasses i've found in my time hunting to get a feel for what researchers are actually finding

Live learning & hacking

Practise your hacking skills against a variety of custom-made websites full of a range of bugs and bypasses found on bugbounty programs. Get in the mindset of a hacker and learn how to tackle main web applications whilst learning tips & tricks along the way. Get an insight into what can (and should be) automated so you can spend more time doing hands on hacking.

XSS CSRF SSRF Account Takeover Bypasses SQLi

Attending the event

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Location: Homerton Conference Centre
Homerton College, Hills Rd, Cambridge CB2 8PH

Onsite parking available (first come, first serve)

Nearby Train Station

Nearby Available Hotels

Questions? Contact [email protected]

Included: As well as above, this price includes a guide on my bugbounty methodology for you to keep and always refer back to. Not only that but all challenges used in the session, along with the solution and even comments on how developers make mistakes when coding, are included to help aid your learning even after the event.

There are 12 spaces available. Tickets cost £250 (includes VAT).

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Tickets are non-refundable however should the venue cancel the event, then a full refund will be issued to you. There is no minimum amount of people needed to attend for the event to go ahead, even if 1 person turns up, it's going ahead no matter what.

Special Guests

Jane from HackenProof

Jane (real name Evgenia Broshevan) is the managing lead at HackenProof, a bugbounty platform designed to connect companies with hackers.

Nico (@nijagaw)

Nico, founder of CodeGrazer is an experienced penetration tester and bughunter with spending most of his time on Bugcrowd. He is a self-proclaimed infosec enthuiast.


Red Team at Tesla by day, [redacted] by night. Bitquark is an experienced hacker with years of bugbounty experience.

  Sponsored by HackenProof

A huge thanks to HackenProof for sponsoring our first live event. HackenProof is a crowdsourced cybersecurity testing platform connecting companies with talented hackers across the world ready to identify vulnerabilities.