YesWeHack returns to BreizhCTF!


BreizhCTF, the Capture the Flag (CTF) computer security competition, returns for its 8th edition on May 17th at the Couvent des Jacobins in Rennes. Created by two cybersecurity experts, SaxX and kaluche, and organised by Bretagne Développement Innovation, this 12-hour challenge will bring together 600 participants of all levels.

In addition to the CTF competition, BreizhCTF also aims at gathering the infosec ecosystem and connecting cybersecurity professionals with emerging talents through the Hack&Job recruitment forum.

YesWeHack is delighted to sponsor this event again this year!

Join our team - Adrien Jeanneau, Aïmad Berady, BitK, Romain Lecoeuvre and Gilles Yonnet - on the YesWeHack stand to learn more about our Bug Bounty and Vulnerability Management platform. Looking for new hunting techniques or hacking tools? Our booth will be the right place for you! You might even be able to complete your YesWeHack swag collection.

👉 Want to join us? Register here!


YesWeHack is a leading Bug Bounty and Vulnerability Management Platform used by hundreds of organisations and tens of thousands of bug hunters worldwide. Built and run by ethical hackers since 2015, our Bug Bounty platform offers fast, in-house triage, fair rewards and prompt payouts, and compliance with stringent EU data security laws.

YesWeHack manages hundreds of private and public programs and holds regular Live Hacking Events. Bug Bounty programs include Tencent, Swiss Post, Orange France and the French Ministry of Armed Forces.

Bug hunting is boosted by YesWeHack’s CTF playground/training platform (Dojo), various bug hunting tools, responsible vulnerability disclosure platform (, non-partisan Bug Bounty/VDP search engine (, and a blog featuring technical tips and interviews.