Samsung’s Bug Bounty Program will pay rewards of up to $200,000 for Hacking Galaxy Devices and Samsung Services. Samsung is come up with Bug Bounty Program and has announced to offer up to $200,000 to hacker who will hack the Samsung Galaxy devices and services.
Samsung just joined the list of companies offering bug bounty programs including Apple and Microsoft.
A bug bounty program is actually a deal that is offered by the many websites and software developers to hackers if they reporting bugs, especially those about exploits and vulnerabilities. The Samsung’s Bug Bounty Program covers 38 Samsung mobile devices which are still receiving monthly and quarterly security updates. The mobile devices include Galaxy S, Galaxy Note, Galaxy A, Galaxy J, and the Galaxy Tab series. Samsung’s flagship devices, the S8, S8+, and Note 8.
Samsung will also pay rewards to those who submit potential bugs and vulnerabilities in latest Samsung Mobile Services including Bixby, Samsung Account, Samsung Pass and Samsung Pay.
Samsung’s bounty of $200,000 comes in at slightly lower than Microsoft’s $250,000 for Windows 10 security bugs.
The company said that the first bug bounty program was launched in January 2016, with the latest full-fledged Mobile Security Rewards Program going right away.
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