PlayStation’s new bug bounty program pays up to $50,000

Ethical hackers could be in for a big payday

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Bounty Hunting

Sony announced the new PlayStation bug bounty program via its official blog on Wednesday. It cites its commitment to “providing gamers all over the world with great experiences.”

Bounties for All

According to HackerOne’s stats, 41 “bug-finders” have taken advantage of the program in the past 90 days. It also notes that 102 reports have been submitted and 88 have been resolved. A whopping $173,900 in bounties have already been paid out.

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