Google will pay you $ 1.5 million for finding bugs, Report

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Google will pay you $ 1.5 million for finding bugs, Report
Google will pay you $ 1.5 million for finding bugs, Report

The company’s bug bounty program boosted to a $1.5 million top prize.

Are you a hacker? Can you find a bug? Are you someone whose tech/hacking knowledge can find a unique? If you fit in the above-said things, you are in for a bug bounty of $1 million from Google.

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All you have to do is hack into its Titan M chip on the Pixel device. Making it official Google announced to give $1 million as a reward to one who can find a bug in its Pixel phones that may compromise user’s data.

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The reward goes to $1.5 million if you can find you can find an exploit on specific developer preview versions of Android. Well, that’s indeed a prize amount to attract many.

“Just like when Apple raised their bug bounty to $1m, Google’s move won’t compete with the ‘black market’ [of selling to criminals], which can raise prices any time,” said Katie Moussouris, chief executive of Luta Security.

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“This price for external research raises questions for retention and recruitment of internal talent meant to prevent flaws.”

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