MOD pays ethical hackers to uncover IT flaws

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MOD pays ethical hackers to uncover IT flaws
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MOD pays ethical hackers to uncover IT flaws

The MOD crowdsourced pen-testing with US-based HackerOne

For the first time, the UK's Ministry of Defence (MOD) has paid bounties to white hat hackers for discovering security bugs in its computer networks, to raise security across its networks and devic...

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