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+ - GitHub Launches Bug Bounty Program, Offers Between $100 And $5,000

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An anonymous reader writes "GitHub today launched the GitHub Bug Bounty program "to better engage with security researchers." In short, the company will pay between $100 and $5,000 for each security vulnerability discovered and responsibly disclosed by hackers. The program currently covers the GitHub API, GitHub Gist, and GitHub.com. GitHub says its other Web properties and applications are not part of the program, but it says vulnerabilities found “may receive a cash reward at our discretion.”"
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GitHub Launches Bug Bounty Program, Offers Between $100 And $5,000

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