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Facebook Paid $880,000 in Bug Bounties in 2017

12
Jan
2018
Facebook Paid $880,000 in Bug Bounties in 2017

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Facebook received over 12,000 vulnerability submissions in 2017 and ended up paying $880,000 in bug bounties to security researchers.

Of the large number of received submissions, however, just over 400 reports were found valid during the bug bounty program’s sixth year. Last year, Facebook also paid larger bounties to the submitting researchers, as the average reward per submission increased to almost $1,900, up from $1,675 in 2016.

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