[SecurityWeek] Researcher Earns $2 Million for Critical Vulnerability in Polygon

Security researcher Gerhard Wagner earned a $2 million bug bounty reward for a critical vulnerability in Polygon’s Plasma Bridge that could have allowed a malicious user to submit the same withdrawal transaction 224 times, with different exit IDs.

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