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Zerodium hikes bounties for Apple vulnerabilities to as high as $2M

[2019-01-10 16:04:42]

Zerodium -- a security firm that pays for exploits discovered by outside researchers -- this week increased its bounties for Apple-related vulnerabilities across the board, offering as much as $2 million for the most sensitive ones.

Zerodium hikes bounties for Apple vulnerabilities to as high as $2M


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