Samsung Launches Bug Bounty Program which will Pay Rewards of up to $200,000

To make its devices more secure, Samsung Launches Bug Bounty Program. It will pay rewards of up to $200,000 to anyone who will discover vulnerabilities in its products. The Samsung Mobile Security Rewards Program will cover its 38 mobile devices. These devices includes Galaxy S, Galaxy Note, Galaxy A, Galaxy J, and the Galaxy Tab series. Samsung’s latest flagship devices, the S8, S8+, and Note are also included.

Samsung Launches Bug Bounty Program which will Pay Rewards of up to $200,000

The company will also reward those who will find vulnerabilities in Bixby, Samsung Pay, Samsung Account, Samsung Pass, and other services. The amount paid starts from $200. This reward depends on the severity of the bug and the researcher’s “ability to provide proof of concept.”

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Other than Samsung, many other big companies like, Google, Microsoft and Facebook has also lunched such programs earlier. However, Samsung has started its pilot project back in January 2016.

As we all know that Samsung has suffered a lot due to failure of its Note 7. This failure was in terms of cost and customer’s trust. We can say that this bug bounty program will help Samsung to regain its customer’s trust.

Anyways stay tuned to get more updates about Samsung.

Also Read: Samsung Galaxy J7 Plus Specifications Leaked: Everything You Need to Know

Onsa Mustafa

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