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Making Bugs Bountiful

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Apple recently joined the growing number of corporates to launch a vulnerability reward program, better known as a bug bounty scheme. Initially limited to a couple of dozen researchers already known to Apple, it will pay as much as $200,000 for a critical security vulnerability, which sounds a lot, until you learn that a small private firm called Exodus Intelligence offers as much as $500,000 for zero-day vulnerabilities in iOS.

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