Google Launches Bug Hunters Platform

Rewarding security researchers for reporting bugs helps to keep online services safe and secure. Google has been doing it for 10 years now, and is celebrating by launching a new platform called Bug Hunters.

Posting on the Google Security Blog, Jan Keller, Technical Program Manager for Google VRP, reveals that the company’s multiple Vulnerability Reward Programs (VRP) have so far rewarded 2,022 researchers spread across 84 countries, who reported 11,055 valid bugs. In total, Google has paid them $29,357,516 in rewards.


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