jeudi 22 juin 2017

Microsoft Edge bug bounty program now permanent

Microsoft introduced a bug bounty program for Edge last August. Originally intended as a temporary thing, it will now live on as the software giant reports that it has lead to major improvements in its browser's security. As is the case with bug bounty programs, part of the appeal for security researchers is the financial side. In this case, Microsoft says that it has paid over 200,000 in bounties in since it kicked off. Bounties range between $500 and $15,000, and apply to vulnerabilities found in Windows Insider Preview builds on the Slow ring, Microsoft says. Security researchers are paid even when… [Continue Reading]

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