Mozilla Offers Bug Bounty

Posted on August 3, 2004

Mozilla users can make $500 in cash if they can discover a serious bug in the Mozilla browser. The reward offers comes at a time of heightened concerns over online security and browsers with Microsoft recently receiving the brunt of trojan and worm attacks. Mozilla Foundation president Mitchell Baker said he hoped the bug reports would give them "a head start on correcting vulnerabilities before they are exploited by malicious hackers."

You can find out more about the bounty program here on the Mozilla blog.

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