Microsoft is offering rewards of up to $30,000 to find security bugs in its Edge browser. With a hefty load of cash on the line, pending severity and report quality, the Microsoft Edge Insider Bounty Program is hoping to lure in entrepreneurial hackers to clean up its Chromium-based browser. Microsoft is currently in the process of a major renovation project with Edge. Rather than stick it out with EdgeHTML, Microsoft is now opting for the open-source Chromium engine that makes up most of Google Chrome’s backend, and it’s hoping this will be the key to scraping back some of the browser market share it’s lost over the years to the likes of Chrome and Firefox. To do that requires an accelerated development path to get Edge up to speed with the competition, and that means some serious bug and vulnerability testing along the way to ensure the browser stays safe and secure. The bug bounty program is looking out for various attacks, with remote code execution and elevation of privilege attacks of the utmost important – and value.
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