Badges are emblematic awards you can receive when you meet certain criteria or achieve events. Once received, these badges are publicly show-cased on your profile page to show your accomplishments and skills. See: hackerone.com/[hacker-name]/badges.
All badges are represented by different images of bugs. Some badges have many levels depending on different criteria. These levels are represented by stars on the badge.
When you receive a badge for your profile page, each badge is composed of:
The name of the badge
A short description of what the badge is about
The date you achieved the badge
The following lists all of the current badges with a description of how to receive them:
Made a badge suggestion that was implemented by HackerOne
Belle Of The Ball
Submitted the top ranked report on the Hacktivity feed
1, 10, or 100 bounties received.
Received when you get 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place on a quarterly leaderboard
Submitted a valid report during a HackerOne hackathon
Solved a HackerOne Capture The Flag challenge
Reported bugs to 5, 20, or 50 different teams.
Resolved a report with a team that doesn't pay bounties
Submitted valid reports in 3, 6, or 12 months in a row.
Hack The Box Bug Bounty Hunter
Connect your HackerOne profile with Hack The Box using your student ID and complete the Bug Bounty Hunter path on Hack The Box
Hack The World Badass
Reported 10, 20, or 50 valid issues during Hack the World.
Suggested a feature that was implemented on HackerOne
1, 50, or 500 reports closed as resolved.
Reported 10, 15, or 20 valid issues in a row during Hack the World.
Waited more than six months for a report to get resolved
Publish Or Perish
Publicly disclosed a report
Got 1, 3, and 5 or more verified skills.
Submitted a valid report to the DoD
Received when 2, 5, or 10 reports in a row were closed as resolved.
Received swag for the first time
Was the first of multiple reporters to report a vulnerability
Keep in mind that some badges are event-based.