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Uber Welcomes Hackers with Its First-Ever Bug Bounty Program

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Samburaj Das

Samburaj Das

Samburaj is the contributing editor at Hacked and keeps tabs on science, technology and cyber security.


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Uber Welcomes Hackers with Its First-Ever Bug Bounty Program

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In a friendly nod to roping in and not employing white-hat hackers to look through its code to uncover vulnerabilities and possible weaknesses to exploit, Uber has announced a bug bounty program for security researchers or white-hat hackers. With its first ever bug-bounty program, Uber has revealed that it will reward and pay independent security researchers with thousands of dollars for finding vulnerabilities in its websites and its apps across different platforms. Uber is launching its official bug bounty program on popular platform HackerOne. Notably, Uber is also trying to keep white-hat hackers on its side with a “loyalty system”…

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Samburaj Das

Samburaj Das

Samburaj is the contributing editor at Hacked and keeps tabs on science, technology and cyber security.

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