Google will now pay $1000 for critical software bugs found in popular third-party apps
With malware creators becoming more aggressive and sophisticated, a number of tech companies in recent years have instituted “bug bounty” programs that provide monetary rewards to any individual or group that uncovers critical vulnerabilities in software.
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