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Twitter paid out $322,420 in bug bounties

Discussion in 'Help Net Security' started by RSS, May 31, 2016.

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    Researchers have proven that bug bounties are a cheaper way for discovering vulnerabilities than hiring full-time bug hunters would be and, in the last few years, many Internet and tech companies have instituted such programs. The security community has praised those who have, and the companies themselves are satisfied with the results. Take for example Twitter. Its bug bounty program, started in May 2014, has lead to 5,171 submissions and the discovery of an unspecified … More →

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