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Exploit broker triples iOS bounty to $1.5M, cites security improvements and demand

Zerodium, a well-known "bug broker," on Thursday announced a new $1.5 million top end limit for zero-day exploits targeting iPhones and iPads running Apple's latest version of iOS 10.
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