Google’s Project Zero Security Researcher Wants Apple to Pay $2.5 Million to Charity for Reporting iOS Bugs


Ian Beer, a member of Google’s security-focused Project Zero team, wants Apple to pay a charity of his choice nearly $2.5 million for finding various exploits and bugs in iOS. Google, Microsoft, and almost every other major tech company have a bug bounty program where they give a hefty reward to anyone who discovers a bug or exploit in their products or services.

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Ian Beer, a member of Google’s security-focused Project Zero team, wants Apple to pay a charity of his choice nearly $2.5 million for finding various exploits and bugs in iOS. Google, Microsoft, and almost every other major tech company have a bug bounty program where they give a hefty reward to anyone who discovers a bug or exploit in their products or services.

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This is a syndicated post. If you are interested please read the full article from its original source at iPhone Hacks | #1 iPhone, iPad, iOS Blog.


Ian Beer, a member of Google’s security-focused Project Zero team, wants Apple to pay a charity of his choice nearly $2.5 million for finding various exploits and bugs in iOS. Google, Microsoft, and almost every other major tech company have a bug bounty program where they give a hefty reward to anyone who discovers a bug or exploit in their products or services.

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This is a syndicated post. If you are interested please read the full article from its original source at iPhone Hacks | #1 iPhone, iPad, iOS Blog.

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