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Researchers Earn $50,000 for Hacking Apple Servers

18
Jan
2021
Researchers Earn $50,000 for Hacking Apple Servers

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Harsh Jaiswal and Rahul Maini, India-based bug bounty hunters who specialize in application security, said they discovered the flaws in recent months, being inspired by a group of researchers who in October reported receiving hundreds of thousands of dollars from Apple for a total of 55 vulnerabilities, including ones that exposed source code, iCloud accounts, warehouse software, and employee and customer apps.

Jaiswal and Maini said their research focused on Apple hosts running a content management system (CMS) powered by Lucee, an open source scripting language designed for developing web applications.

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