bug bounty program


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bug bounty program

A monetary reward offered to programmers who uncover and provide a solution to a bug on a website or in an application. See bug.
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HackerOne partnered with the Department of Defence earlier this year for the US Federal Government's bug bounty program "Hack The Pentagon," which helped resolve 138 valid vulnerabilities identified by the ethical hackers.
FCA US LLC, a subsidiary of Fiat Chrysler, is launching a public bug bounty program on the Bugcrowd platform.
The bug bounty program is modeled after similar competitions conducted by some of the nation's biggest companies to improve the security and delivery of networks, products, and digital services.
The results are in for Hack the Air Force, the white-hat hacker bug bounty program designed to better secure Air Force online assets that ran May 30-June 23, 2017.
run a healthy bug bounty program for security researchers.
Last year, a company called Zerodium had announced a $1 million bug bounty program for a zero-day exploit for iOS 9.
Moussouris said that Microsoft rejected the idea of a bug bounty program , and instead came up with the contest, which kicks off today and runs through April 1, 2012.
However, the platform told Wired the bug didn't qualify for the bug bounty program run by Facebook, which owns WhatsApp.
The event expands on the DoD Hack the Pentagon bug bounty program by
Apple has joined the likes of Google, Microsoft and Facebook in forming a bug bounty program where it will reward security researchers up to $200,000 to find critical vulnerabilities in its services.
5 -- Apple has announced a new bug bounty program at the information security conference, Black Hat, and security researchers can receive as much as $200,000 (approx.
India, May 11 -- Pornhub, one of the largest porn websites in the world, has launched a bug bounty program in partnership with HackerOne.