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Hacking iOS 10 is your ticket to a $1.5 million prize

Apple’s technology could be a tough nut to crack, which is why security firm Zerodium is offering a staggering $1.5 million bounty to anyone who can provide a working zero-day hack for iOS 10. Announcement – Our permanent bounty for iOS #0days increased to $1,500,000. New prices for Android, Chrome, Flash… https://t.co/fwqoXlbS0j — Zerodium (@Zerodium) September 29, 2016 All you have to do to claim the hefty award is submit a previously undocumented security flaw that enables remote jailbreaking of Apple’s mobile platform.
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