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Tesla Offers To Pay Hackers $1,000 To Find Its Web Weaknesses, But What About Its Cars?

LessThunk: A good first step by Tesla, but they should be open and rewarding also for people that find vulnerabilities in their cars. At the end of the day, the cars are more and more software!

Tesla makes its bug bounty official, moving it over to the Bugcrowd platform. It’ll offer a $1,000 maximum prize for the most serious vulnerabilities found on tesla.com. But there’s little information on how it rewards those who find issues in its cars.

Source: Tesla Offers To Pay Hackers $1,000 To Find Its Web Weaknesses, But What About Its Cars?


Categorised as: cybersecurity

Posted by: Kramer



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