Netflix announced this week that it has made its bug bounty program public and is inviting researchers all around the world to participate.

The streaming service said in a Medium post that the program will be hosted on the Bugcrowd platform and researchers can earn anywhere between $100 to $15,000 per flaw.

Netflix had been accepting flaw reports for the last five years from researchers and ethical hackers through their private bug bounty program and responsible disclosure setups. The company says around 190 bugs had already been reported and resolved since 2013.

Source: ZDNet

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