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Facebook has paid $5 million to over 900 security researchers in 5 years

With more than a billion users using Facebook each day, the social network and its affiliated properties are prime targets for hackers and also prone to vulnerabilities. And try as it might, the company isn’t able to account for every gap, which is why five years ago it implemented a bug bounty program. Since then, […]
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