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Microsoft announces addition of new types of vulnerabilities in Edge bug bounty program

Last month, Microsoft announced a bounty program that targets Remote Code Execution vulnerabilities in Microsoft Edge on the Windows Insider Preview Slow Ring. Today, they added new types of vulnerabilities to this bounty program. This program now includes: Same Origin Policy bypass vulnerabilities (example: UXSS) Referer Spoofing vulnerabilities Remote Code Execution vulnerabilities in Mi
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