Google pledges $1 million to secure open source software

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Google pledges $1 million to secure open source software
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Google pledges $1 million to secure open source software

Developers can earn anything from $500 to more than $10,000 for their security work

Google has pledged $1 million in funding to a new open-source security project hosted by the Linux Foundation. Dubbed the Secure Open Source (SOS) Rewards programme, the pilot project aims to im...

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