[SecurityWeek] Microsoft Adds Power Platform to Bug Bounty Program

Microsoft this week announced that it is now accepting vulnerability submissions for the Power Platform.

Security researchers who hunt for and report security errors in Power Platform can now earn up to $20,000 in bounty rewards for severe flaws, as part of the recently rebranded Dynamics 365 and Power Platform Bounty Program.

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