Since 2010, when it began paying security researchers to find flaws in its programs, Google has paid more than US$4 million to bug hunters. Now it’s prepared to pay even more. The company announced Friday that it’s expanding its Security Rewards Programs to include payments to researchers before they find bugs in Google’s software. It’s also broadening the reach of its Vulnerability Reward Program to include all mobile applications officially developed by Google and distributed at the Google Play and iTunes stores.
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