Google announced this week that it will compensate people who help extend the detection capabilities of the Tsunami security scanner with monetary rewards. The experimental reward program now accepts two types of contributions: web application fingerprints and vulnerability detection plugins.
Tsunami is an open-source general-purpose network security scanner that is designed to help enterprises find misconfigurations and vulnerabilities in their networks in an automated way. The scanner, which is designed to be an extensible network scanning engine that is simple to install, largely relies on plugins for the identification of high-severity security issues and supports a curated collection of vulnerabilities.
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