Teleconferencing app Zoom announced today plans to revamp its bug bounty program as part of its long-term plan to improve the security of its service.
Zoom has fixed a variety of security issues and implemented a 90-day feature freeze in order to focus on privacy and security.
Ethical hacking is swiftly turning into a lucrative spare-time activity — for a small chunk of white-hat hackers at least.
Program is the latest the tech giant has launched that pay users and security researchers to find vulnerabilities in its numerous products.
The Army paid “bug bounty” hackers more than $275,000 for detecting vulnerabilities in popular military websites, which defense officials say is a step toward creating a more secure cyberspace.
As part of its ongoing efforts to boost the security of its VPN service, NordVPN has launched its own bug bounty program on the HackerOne platform.
Hacking the Pixel’s Titan M chip and finding exploits in the developer preview versions of Android will earn you the big bucks.
Bug bounties should be used more widely in an internet of things (IoT) sector that’s notorious for treating security as an afterthought, a new academic study suggests.