[SecurityWeek] Google Announces Rewards for Tsunami Security Scanner Plugins

Google this week announced that it is offering monetary payouts to individuals who help expand the detection capabilities of the Tsunami security scanner.

Two types of contributions are currently accepted in the experimental reward program, namely vulnerability detection plugins and web application fingerprints.

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