To get them rewarded. That would be order of magnitude more efficient…. This is fantastic news! I think this money is well spend and has a direct imapct on security! Good job! Best regards Alexander. This is good news… But are only the finders of the bug rewarded?
Or are the developers of the patch also sponsored to fix the bug? I am interested in vulnerabilities in public systems of institutions in Bulgaria, especially judicial one. We're starting by turning open source license compliance into what it should be — simple, accessible.
Other new features that shipped with Chrome 84 include a new animations engine and a one-tap system for importing SMS passcodes into Chrome web forms. Grandpa, tell me about the days before the Great Distancing. When the dust settles and we start to accept the new normal, what will the world be like? Select language. The main bug bounties are expected to start by the end of the year. In December , the list of projects that will receive a bug bounty were announced.
Last update. We are ready to share the results and lessons learned from the activities implemented by the EU-FOSSA project: bug bounties, hackathons and communication outreach. We will talk about the future perspectives, and aim to encourage other organisations that consider running similar projects.
I agree with this; KeePassX should have a separate page. Exercisephys talk , 14 September UTC. The version is 1. I feel one of the biggest threats in a password manager is simply that it has a back door. A password manager written by a small company or private individual could in theory become popular through a good interface design and other facilities - only to be "harvested" via internet of everyone's bank account details a few years further down the road.
Consequently there are only two forms of password manager worthy of trust and they are 1 Those promoted by multinationals of some intrinsic standing Microsoft, Apple, IBM, HP Not only should this article make plain this is the case with KeyPass - all such articles about open source should mention it prominently.
I feel sorry about small independents making such software re my comment, but frankly they should not be coding and promoting such things. Do you trust that there is no backdoor in Bit Locker simply because it is the product of a large corporation?