Since launching its first VRP in January 2010, the company has rewarded 2,022 security researchers from 84 different countries worldwide a total of $29,357,516 for reporting over 11,000 bugs. Rewards range from $100 to $31,337, but can drastically increase for exploit chains.
The new platform "brings all of our VRPs (Google, Android, Abuse, Chrome and Play) closer together and provides a single intake form that makes it easier for bug hunters to submit issues," Google said.
Google also launched a new Bug Hunter University, which would allow bug hunters to brush up on their skills or start a hunting learning streak.
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