[HackerNews] Google to Pay Hackers $31,337 for Exploiting Patched Linux Kernel Flaws

Google on Monday announced that it will pay security researchers to find exploits using vulnerabilities, previously remediated or otherwise, over the next three months as part of a new bug bounty program to improve the security of the Linux kernel.
To that end, the company is expected to issue rewards worth $31,337 for exploiting privilege escalation in a lab environment for each patched

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