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Pentagon Challenges White Hats with New "Hack the Air Force" Bug Bounty Program
27 April 2017, 10:43 pm

The Pentagon is launching its largest bug bounty project thus far, this time around asking them to find flaws in the Air Force's platforms. 

"Hack the Air Force" will not only be open for experts in the United States, but also from the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, or, in other words, what we've come to know as the "Five Eyes."

Running through the HackerOne platform, the program seeks to help the Air Force strengthen its critical assets by using the skills of white hat hackers who will report vulnerabilities for monetary rewards. The amounts hackers will receive have not been specified just yet. 

The registration process is open for vetted researchers, although military members and government civilians can participate, although they will not earn any rewards. Registration for the Hack the Air Force bug b... (read more)

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