Qualcomm Announces Bug Bounty Program for Snapdragon Chips

Qualcomm has just launched its latest chip Snapdragon 835. Now Qualcomm Announces Bug Bounty Program for Snapdragon Chips. If you are an ethical hacker and can find flaws and bugs in system. This is a good chance for you. As Qualcomm offers $15,000 as reward for finding bugs in the Snapdragon chips and LTE modems.

Qualcomm Announces Bug Bounty Program for Snapdragon Chips

Different software houses and companies offer such types of reward program to know about the weaknesses of their systems. Hackers point out the flaws and company resolved them. However, this gives benefits to both the participants. Qualcomm Announces Bug Bounty Program in collaboration with HackerOne. It is the first of its kind program announced by Qualcomm.

If someone finds critical flaws in snapdragon chips and LTE modem, he will get $15,000. Not only the reward, Qualcomm can also provide a chance to work with it. Moreover, the hacker can either work for QTI Product Security or the CodeAuroraForum Hall of Fame.

Alex Gantman, vice president of engineering at Qualcomm Technologies, explains, new vulnerability rewards program:

We have always been proud of our collaborative relationship with the security research community. Over the years, researchers have also helped us improve the security of our products by reporting vulnerabilities directly to us. Although the vast majority of security improvements in our products come from our internal efforts, a vulnerability rewards program represents a meaningful part of our broader security efforts.

Also Read: Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 is Now Official

Onsa Mustafa

Onsa is a Software Engineer and a tech blogger focuses on innovation in technology. She likes music, photography, traveling and exploring nature.
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