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Microsoft paying a bug bounty of $30,000
« Reply #1 on: March 06, 2017, 07:07:46 PM »
Microsoft paying a bug bounty of $30,000
6 March 2017, 6:54 pm



First off, I have to issue something of a correction regarding last week's blog post on Intel price cuts. As it turns out, I have been informed that Intel didn't cut the prices, Micro Center cut them as a loss leader, something it frequently does. It doesn't change the bargain prices, just the motivation. So, I wanted to set the record straight on that. 

Onward. Microsoft is looking for a few good bugs. And people who will keep it quiet. 

OK, so I have no evidence of direct causality, but it seems convenient. Over the past few weeks, Google has embarrassed Microsoft twice by publicly disclosing security vulnerabilities in Windows 10 that still have not been patched after 90 days. Google has no mercy with its Zero Day disclosures and plays no favorites. Any company that does not fix a bug by 90 days after Google informs them of it will be hung out to dry. 

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