Russian multinational cybersecurity company and anti-virus provider Kaspersky Lab has announced the expansion of its Bug bonus program, which in the press release pointed out that the program began on August 1, 2016, Kaspersky and the platform Businessman HackerOne has worked for six months and has now found 20 bugs in two products Kaspersky Internet Security 2017 and Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10.
The Extended Error Rewards Program raises the bonus from finding a bug from a maximum of $ 2,000 to a maximum of $ 5,000, and adds another product, Kaspersky Password Manager 8, to the target product lineup. Contrary to the first phase, now & quot; qualified individuals and organizations & quot; can submit bug reports about three Kasperksy products.
Kaspersky is recruiting testers to test these three products on Windows 8.1 or later's Microsoft desktop operating system, with specific intent to find vulnerabilities in local privilege enhancements, user data leaks, and remote code execution. On average, these aspects of the bug are $ 1,000, $ 2,000 and $ 5,000, respectively.