Google expands bug bounty programme with $20,000 rewards for discovering bugs in Play Store apps

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Google has expanded its bug bounty programme following a string of claims over insecure apps in the Google Play store
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Google has expanded its bug bounty programme following a string of claims over insecure apps in the Google Play store

Google will now reward security researchers for discovering flaws on any app on the Play Store with 100+ million installs

Google has expanded the scope of its bug bounty programme to include the most popular apps on the Play Store. Previously, the Google Play Security Reward Programme (GPSRP) covered just the top-eight...

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