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Microsoft Bug Bounty Programs Year in Review: $13.7M in Rewards

August 4th, 2020 No comments

Security researchers are a vital component of the cybersecurity ecosystem that safeguards every facet of digital life and commerce. The researchers who devote time to uncovering and reporting security issues before adversaries can exploit them have earned our collective respect and gratitude. The security landscape is constantly changing with emerging technology and new threats. By …

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Black Hat 2020: See you in the Cloud!

July 30th, 2020 No comments

It hardly feels like summer without the annual trip to Las Vegas for Black Hat USA. With this year’s event being totally cloud based, we won’t have the chance to catch up with security researchers, industry partners, and customers in person, an opportunity we look forward to every year. We’ll still be there though, and …

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Microsoft Bounty Programs Announce Expansion – Bounty for Microsoft OneDrive

March 18th, 2016 No comments

At Microsoft, we continue to add new properties to our security bug bounty programs to help keep our customer’s secure. Today, I’m pleased to announce the addition of Microsoft OneDrive to the Microsoft Online Services Bug Bounty Program.

This addition further incentivizes security researchers to report service vulnerabilities to Microsoft. As part of the Microsoft Online Services Bug Bounty Program, the payouts will range from $500 – $15,000 USD.

Join us at the Microsoft Booth at CanSecWest 2016 in Vancouver, Canada to learn more about Microsoft OneDrive and the bounty programs. You can find the updated terms here. Send your submissions to secure@microsoft.com.

Happy Hunting,

Jason Shirk