Facebook now has a loyalty program for its bug bounty hunters on its platform

Facebook launched its bug bounty program in 2011. Now, the company is bringing an intriguing update to it with a loyalty program called Hacker Plus, which will reward security researchers to keep finding bugs in the social network’s platform. The company will calculate a researcher’s score by evaluating how many vulnerabilities they’ve found in the last 12 months along with their bug-to-noise ratio (submitting reports that are not bugs) in last 24 months. Based on that score, they’ll be placed in a league ranging from bronze to diamond, and that will determine how much bonus they’ll earn when they find their next… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Facebook

Facebook now has a loyalty program for its bug bounty hunters on its platform

Facebook launched its bug bounty program in 2011. Now, the company is bringing an intriguing update to it with a loyalty program called Hacker Plus, which will reward security researchers to keep finding bugs in the social network’s platform. The company will calculate a researcher’s score by evaluating how many vulnerabilities they’ve found in the last 12 months along with their bug-to-noise ratio (submitting reports that are not bugs) in last 24 months. Based on that score, they’ll be placed in a league ranging from bronze to diamond, and that will determine how much bonus they’ll earn when they find their next…

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