Google offers up to SEK 330,000 to those who find vulnerabilities in open source code

Google has long offered compensation to those who discover security flaws in the company’s products. Now the rewards also include Google’s open source code.

All of Google’s public source code is part of the effort, provided that the vulnerability is in the latest version of the program code. In addition to money, security researchers must also receive public recognition for the discovery.

Up to the equivalent of ~330,000 kroner is offered as a reward. More information available on the page for the “Google Open Source Software Vulnerability Reward Program”.

Google’s Open Source Software Vulnerability Reward Program recognizes the contributions of security researchers who invest their time and effort in helping us secure open source software released by Google (Google OSS).

Through this program, we provide monetary rewards and public recognition to researchers who disclose vulnerabilities in Google OSS to us.

Source: Swedroid by

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