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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The researchers who are helping test this feature have previously submitted high-quality research to the bug bounty program.
Since launching the bug bounty program in 2011, Facebook has worked with the security researcher community to help identify and fix potential issues in products and services.
Apparently, the tech giant plans to provide researchers part of its invite-only bug bounty program with iPhones that aren't as locked down as the consumer version.
Reportedly, the company said the new initiative will be hosted on bug bounty program HackerOne and is designed to allow Hyatt to "tap into the vast expertise of the security research community to accelerate identifying and fixing potential vulnerabilities."
FCA US LLC, a subsidiary of Fiat Chrysler, is launching a public bug bounty program on the Bugcrowd platform.
Meanwhile, Instagram, which was bought by Facebook in 2012, is part of its bug bounty program, which rewards cash prizes for people who spot chinks in Facebook's digital armor.
The "Hack the Pentagon" initiative is the first cyber bug bounty program in the history of the federal government, according to a statement by Pentagon Press Secretary Peter Cook.
Auriemma said that code found in a proof-of-concept exploit on a Chinese website was identical to what he had provided HP TippingPoint's Zero Day Initiative (ZDI) bug bounty program. His code was then used by ZDI to create a working exploit as part of the bounty program's bug verification work.
Forslof is responsible for sharing flaw details with vendors through TippingPoint's Zero Day Initiative bug bounty program. Others agree: Her comments echo the sentiments expressed by many researchers at the Black Hat panel discussion.
HP is the only print company that meets NIST requirements for cyber resiliency, has a Bug Bounty program and an embedded inbound and outbound malware monitoring system with self-healing capabilities.
While details about the sum have not been released, Engadget (https://www.engadget.com/2016/08/04/apple-announces-200-000-bug-bounty-program/) noted that Apple's bug bounty program lists a reward of up to $200,000 to outside researchers, including hackers, who find and report on discrepancies in their app software and other products.