This guide explains how our Zapier WebHook can help companies when they run a bounty program at HackenProof.
Please note! It’s Zapier Webhook integration, not Zappier App
As you know, HackenProof uses a ticket-based system that has different stages of reports processing.
Once you connect your bug bounty program to your Zapier account, the bot will send notifications about the following:
- new reports (that includes the Program name, Report title, Report severity, and Report URL)
Step 1. Generate your ZapierHook URL
- Navigate to the Zapier dashboard
- Create a new Zap
- Choose Trigger: Webhooks by Zapier
- Choose the Event type: Catch Hook
- Press the Continue button:
- Pick off a Child Key and press Continue. Here you can name it as you wish.
- Copy the ZapierHook URL:
Step 2. Add the copied ZapierHook URL to HackenProof:
- Navigate to your Program integration section and choose Zapier:
- Paste your copied ZapierHook URL and press the Connect button.
- Press the Test WebHook button to test the connection (it will send the latest report’ data to Zapier)
- Back to Zapier and press Test Trigger:
- As a result, you will see a data record. Press Continue with selected record.
Learn how to receive notifications about new reports, report status changes, and report severity updates through Zapier in Google Chat. Follow our step-by-step guide for seamless integration between HackenProof and Google Chat.
Step 3. Connect your Google Chat App
- in this sample, we use Google Chat. Before starting working with Google Chat, you need to:
- Connect your Google Chat account in the Zapier App: Navigate to your Zapier Account and make sure you have the necessary connected app
- Set up Zapier Bot in the Google Chat space:
- Choose the Hangouts Chat Room where you want the Message to be shown. The Zapier Bot must be added to the room and be configured with the “allowzaps” command.
- Now navigate to your Zapier account to continue creating ZAP:
- find and add Google Chat
- chose event type Create Message and press the Continue button
- Now specify data about your Google Chat (data in the screenshot is just an example). You can add a Description that can include a few fields at the same time. Also, you can add some pre-description for each field to understand it in Jira later:
- Program name:
- Report ID:
- Report URL:
- Report Severity:
- Report Status:
- Now you can Test it.
- if everything works for you, Publish it
- Check your Google Chat space: