[SecurityWeek] Swiss Post Offers up to €230,000 for Critical Vulnerabilities in e-Voting System

Switzerland’s national postal organization Swiss Post is offering bug bounty rewards of up to €230,000 (roughly $271,000) for critical vulnerabilities identified in a future digital voting system.

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