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  • Blog Post: Microsoft Bounty Programs Expansion - .NET Core and ASP.NET Beta Bounty

    Today, I have another exciting expansion of the Microsoft Bounty Programs to announce. Please visit https://aka.ms/bugbounty to find out more. I’ll be discussing this new bounty in my talk at SyScan360 on October 21, 2015. We are delighted to offer a bounty for the .NET Core and ASP.NET Beta which...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Bounty Programs Expansion - Bounty for Defense, Authentication Bonus, and RemoteApp

    I am very pleased to be releasing additional expansions of the Microsoft Bounty Programs . Please stop by the Microsoft Networking Lounge at Black Hat, August 5-6, to learn more about these programs; or, visit https://aka.ms/BugBounty . We are raising the Bounty for Defense maximum from $50,000 USD to...
  • Blog Post: An update on the bounty programs

    Back in June of this year, we announced three new bounty programs that will pay researchers for techniques that bypass built-in OS mitigations and protections, for defenses that stop those bypasses and for vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer 11 Preview. This past Friday, we provided some additional...
  • Blog Post: Announcing the Microsoft Bounty Programs

    Over the years, we've put a lot of work into helping secure the computing ecosystem and limiting the number of issues in our products. The security researcher community is critical to these efforts, as they help us find vulnerabilities in our software that we may have missed. Now we're taking it even...