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OnePlus has been in the news recently for all the wrong reasons. This past month, the company experienced its second major security breach in two years, resulting in the leak of personal details like customer name, email address, physical address, and phone number. In an effort to get a handle on its security shortcomings, OnePlus has announced a new bug bounty program called the OnePlus Security Response Center. This particular bounty is being run by OnePlus, and is open to both academic institutions and security professionals. OnePlus is hoping that participants in the program will "proactively search for and report" on security issues and threats that affect its products and systems, including... Read more...
Qualcomm is opening up a "vulnerability awards program," otherwise known as a bug bounty, in hopes that white hat hackers will root out security flaws in its Snapdragon family of processors, LTE modems, and related technologies, the company announced today. While rewarding security researchers for hunting bugs isn't new, Qualcomm points out that this is the first of its kind by a major silicon vendor. The mobile chipmaker is handing over administration duties to HackerOne with rewards of up to $15,000 per vulnerability up for grabs. Researchers may also find motivation by potential recognition in either the QTQ Product Security or the CodeAuroraForum Hall of Fame, depending on the submission.... Read more...