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Microsoft Paid Out $13.6 Million in Bug Bounties in Past Year

09
Jul
2021
Microsoft Paid Out $13.6 Million in Bug Bounties in Past Year

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As part of the company’s 17 bug bounty and grant programs, participating security researchers can earn awards as high as $250,000 — the highest rewards are for critical vulnerabilities in Hyper-V.

More than 340 security researchers across 58 countries received payouts as part of Microsoft’s bug bounty programs over the past year, with the largest single amount awarded by the company being $200,000, for a Hyper-V vulnerability.

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