Yael Grauer

Yael Grauer is an investigative tech reporter based in Phoenix, Arizona. She’s covered hacking, mass surveillance, online privacy, security and digital freedom for Ars Technica, The Intercept, WIRED, Motherboard, Slate, Breaker, and more. Yael teaches workshops and designs resources and curriculum on digital security and source protection. She holds a master’s degree from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.

Author’s posts

News
HackerOne has removed blockchain-based voting platform Voatz’s bug bounty program following a number of issues.
Voatz Bug Bounty Kicked Off of HackerOne Platform
Yael Grauer
2020-03-31T10:33:00+01:00
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An audit report of Voatz platform confirms numerous issues previously discovered, and the voting app declines to make all the necessary changes.
Voatz ‘Blockchain’ App Used in US Elections Has Numerous Security Issues, Says Report
Yael Grauer
2020-03-13T16:00:00+00:00
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