Hackers, although commonly believed to be operating in the shadows, actually do many security breachers work officially, looking for vulnerabilities and thus helping to patch software and hardware vulnerabilities. Google, which wants to check the security level of its Chromebook and break it, pays as much as $ 100,000.
Technological companies, software or electronic devices, before they are released, check the security level so that it does not turn out to be a threat to users. Sometimes, however, the hired programmers are not enough, and then the outsider, ie the hacker, who is testing the product for the appropriate reward is invited.
This is exactly what Google is trying to do to secure its Chromebook. The company has just doubled the reward for searching Chrome OS exploits, which is currently $ 100,000. Interestingly, the project has been underway for a year, but so far none of the professionals has succeeded in this matter and failed to win the previous prize.
The contest rules are simple, the specialist will get the money if he proves that he has broken Chromebook or Chromebox security in guest mode.
In addition, you can earn on Safe Browsing bypass in Chrome and install malware on your computer. The presentation of such an exploit can enrich us $ 1000. For the discovery of other vulnerabilities we will receive $ 15 thousand, and Google will add something extra when we provide a patch that eliminates it.
The interesting fact is that if a hacker succeeds in donating a charity, Google will double that amount. They're interested? For more information on the Google program you will receive on its official website, "reards / # rewards"…