ZTE widens bug bounty to focus on 5G security

ZTE has widened a bug bounty scheme to plug security vulnerabilities in its products, especially potential holes brought about by the launch of commercial 5G networks and services. The Chinese networking equipment vendor is working with bug bounty platform YesWeHack to test a range of products, including smartphones as well as cloud computing and database management systems.

Having previously worked with YesWeHack on a private bug bounty programme that was open only to a few security researchers, ZTE’s new bug bounty is public and available to YesWeHack’s entire global network of more than 30,000 researchers to participate. They can be awarded up to €2,000 ($2,311) for each bug uncovered, with the final amount awarded depending on the severity level..

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Source: ZDNet