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Windows Insider Preview: $ 100.000 for bug detection!

Microsoft has announced that it will increase the maximum possible cash reward to program Windows Insider Preview bug bounty, at $ 100.000.

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Except increase of the generosity of the company, for the error search on Windows Insider Preview, Microsoft has also renewed the entry of the bug bounty program to make it easier for researchers to submit errors.

Microsoft's Windows Insider Preview program, launched in 2017, initially offered rewards within the $ $ price range 500 and $ 15.000, but now the maximum reward has reached $ 100.000. The program offers the opportunity to "bug hunters», To report errors they detect in Windows Insider Preview in various Microsoft products, such as Microsoft EdgeThe Windows Defender Application GuardThe Hyper-V and Mitigation Bypass.

Microsoft will offer a maximum reward of $ 100.000 Windows Insider bug bounty, for the «execution of non-validated non-sandbox code without user interaction». The next reward in the series offers $ 50.000 for the show "unauthorized access in private data users with very little or no user interaction». The renewed program also includes five new rewards based on scenarios.

«While redefining the program Windows Insider Preview bounty for her defense and protection of customers by five high exploitation scenarios risk, we continue to offer bounties for other valid vulnerability reports that do not qualify for script-based cash rewards, " says Microsoft in a blog post about the updated program.

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With "bad guys" trying to fool developers, the bug bounty program would help the company based in Redmond to keep its consumers safe from attacks, offering rewards to security researchers for detecting and reporting bugs in the developer channel.

If you want to join the Microsoft Windows Insider Preview bounty program, you can report the bug you found in MSRC Researcher Portal.


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