Google’s $1.5m Bounty – On Google Pixel

Person Using Nexus Smartphone

According to the BBC, uncovering security flaws in the Google Pixel’s Titan M Security chip, people can make up to $1.5 million, a massive increase from the previously established $200,000.

This is not an unusual practice for companies (with even Apple, Facebook, Samsung and others doing the same), as it encourages individuals who may discover such exploits to give them to the original company- rather than to trade them in to criminals who can use the information maliciously.

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