Facebook wasn't the first to offer security researchers bounties for reporting vulnerabilities – but the social network reports it paid out $1.5m in 2013 for bug reports, and says it is increasing the amount of cash on offer in the coming year. According to the advertising giant, it received 14,763 reports of suspected flaws …
If more companies did this just think how secure the net would be. The monies involved are miniscule for a corporation, but enough to get techies motivated.
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