Mozilla increases bounty for security flaw info to $3,000

By Jos
Jul 16, 2010
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  1. As part of a refresh of the company’s Security Bug Bounty Program, Mozilla has announced it is now offering a $3,000 cash reward to security researchers for information on security bugs found in its products. The move represents a huge increase over the $500 per bug payout that Mozilla has been offering since 2004, and now applies not only to Firefox and the Thunderbird email client, but also to their Firefox mobile browser and other services the products rely on -- even betas.

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  2. Jibberish18

    Jibberish18 TS Guru Posts: 470   +15

    Not a bad way to make a bit of scratch.

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