Wednesday, 8 June 2016

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Microsoft has just announced an extension of its bug bounty program that brings payments of up to $15,000 (€12,500) to hackers who manage to break into .NET Core and ASP.NET Core RC2 Beta Build.

Microsoft says that all bounties will be eligible for NET Core, ASP.NET Core RC2, and any subsequent release candidates, including the RTM version if it’s released by the time the program ends. Bug reports can be submitted between June 7 and September 7 and can bring you back at least $500 (€450) and a maximum of $15,000 if you find one critical vulnerability.

The company adds that should any submission be considered a special entry, a bigger bounty could be offered, so it’s all up to how big the vulnerability you find actually is.


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