Episode 557 – Apple Steps Up Their Bug Bountry Program To $1 Million

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Bug bountry programs are where companies offer people outside their organization money to report vulnerabilities found. Apple steps up the game and increased their bounty to $1 million. This epsiode talks about what this means and why it’s a game changer.

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