Windows 7 Facebook Launches Bug Bounty Program

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Social networking giant Facebook has finally boarded the bug bounty bandwagon. The company announced late last week they’ll award $500 for each bug to those who share information about flaws that could compromise the site's privacy. The news confirms rumors that began to bubble at a Hack in the Box security conference back in May.

Bugs included in the bounty span the likes of script errors and code injection but exclude third-party applications like Farmville and denial-of-service (DDoS) vulnerabilities.
Facebook Launches Bug Bounty Program | threatpost
 


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