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Attention bounty hunters! find a bug on Facebook!

The social network announced that it now offers a reward  to thank for all financial IT bug discoveries, like Mozilla and Google.
Facebook says on his blog as well as “the first to be responsibly” a loophole that could “compromise the integrity or confidentiality of Facebook users” will receive a bonus of 500 USD . Our security team will assess each fault to determine if the bug is relevant to be eligible for a reward. The premium may be even higher in the case of major bugs.

To apply this program, the community site has just opened a dedicated page that provides the terms and conditions. This site must be the first to be informed about the fault and it must remain secretly as long as Facebook can fix the bug. It is also imperative that the discoverer does not live in a country targeted by U.S. sanctions. Among the admissible bugs, Facebook mentions the cross-site scripting (XSS) and Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF / XSRF). Only faults impacting the privacy of users or data are involved.

This interesting campaign will awaken a lot of bounty hunters, but a lot of them find flaws by chance. However, premiums are lower compared to the 3,000 USD offered by Mozilla.

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