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Mozilla Offering $3,000 Bounty on Security Bugs

  • July 19, 2010
  • By Developer.com Staff

If you need some extra summer spending money, Mozilla will give you $3,000 if you report a security flaw in one of their projects.

And not only that, but you get a free t-shirt too.

All you have to do is find a security hole in any beta or release candidate of Firefox, Thunderbird, Firefox Mobile or in Mozilla services. The bug has to be exploitable remotely and unreported.

It's called the Mozilla Security Bug Bounty Program. You can learn more about it here - happy hunting.

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