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Hackers get $1M bounty for breaking into iPhone

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Nov
2015
Hackers get $1M bounty for breaking into iPhone

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A security firm that hunts for undiscovered software bugs is paying out $1 million to a hacking group for breaking into Apple’s mobile operating system.

The company, Zerodium, compiles what are known as “zero days,” or security flaws that are unknown to the software manufacturer.It announced in September that it would pay $1 million for jailbreaking Apple’s newly-released iOS 9. The reward is the largest such bounty ever offered.

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