Finding bugs in software isn’t new. Finding security bugs is just as old. Even the process of selling them to nefarious operators has history.
The rise of bug bounty programs is changing the economics of disclosure and patching, however. We’ve entered a new era of people trying to get top dollar for their investigations. The morality around it all is troubling.
In this episode, find out if bug bounty programs are just legalized bribery.
On-Premises for today’s roundtable:
Tom Hollingsworth @NetworkingNerd