Google is offering $1000 to anyone who can hack Tinder, Snapchat, Dropbox, and more

Hackers, it's your time to shine. 
Google, in collaboration with bug bounty platform HackerOne, has launched the Google Play Security Reward Program , which promises $1,000 to anyone who can identify security vulnerabilities in participating Google Play apps. 
Thirteen apps are currently participating, including Tinder, Duolingo, Dropbox, Snapchat, and Headspace. 
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Apps usually run their own bounty programs on a smaller scale. This is the first time that Google itself has offered a reward on behalf of developers.  Read more... More about Google , Android , Cybersecurity , Hacking , and Snapchat

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