If previous cash rewards were not enough to encourage you to start sniffing the code, then we have some good news.
Having invested over $460,000 already, the search giant will increase rewards by a nice margin and will now pay hackers up to $20,000 for their exploits.
According to the announcement, new rules are as follows:
- $20,000 for qualifying vulnerabilities
- $10,000 for SQL injection and equivalent vulnerabilities
- Up to $3,133.7 for many types of XSS, XSRF, and other high-impact flaws
So, grab a cup of coffee and get to work!
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