Google to reward security researchers to hack apps on its Play Store

Google to reward security researchers to hack apps on its Play Store

Google to reward security researchers to hack apps on its Play Store Google is offering security researchers a $1,000 (£760) bounty if they can successfully hack apps on its Play Store and help fix them. Bug bounty programmes are a popular way for companies to reward hackers who find vulnerabilities in their software and disclose them to developers so they can be fixed rather than exploited.  The focus on app security comes as Google launches its new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones, which run on Android. Google has been criticised…

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