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Mozilla Paid Out $40,000 for Bug Bounty in One Month

  • January 31, 2011
  • By Developer.com Staff

According to a report by Nicole Kobie at Pc Pro, Mozilla, the makers of the popular open source Web browser Firefox, paid out $40,000 in bug bounty in one month.

Last month, Mozilla expanded its bug bounty program beyond Firefox.

"Since then," Kobie said, "it's paid out a whopping $40,000 for vulnerabilities found on sites such as firefox.com as well as some applications. The maximum payout is $3,000 for 'extraordinary' flaws, with high severity bugs earning $500."

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