Google has introduced a bug bounty program specifically for mobile applications. The program encourages security researchers to identify and report vulnerabilities in Google’s mobile apps, such as Google Play, Gmail, Drive, and others.
Vulnerabilities leading to sensitive data theft and other issues will be awarded between $750 and $7,500 for Tier 1 apps, $625 and $6,250 for Tier 2 software, and $500 and $5,000 for Tier 3 applications.
The bug bounty program allows researchers to contribute to the security of popular Google apps while also earning financial rewards for their valuable findings.
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