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