The bug bounty programme is a part of a three-month analysis problem that runs from June 1 till August 31
- Last Updated: May 7, 2020, 12:51 PM IST
In a three-month problem, Microsoft is providing hackers as much as $100,000 if they will break the safety of its customized Linux OS. The problem is targeted on the Azure Sphere OS for which, Microsoft constructed a compact and customized model of Linux final 12 months.
“This new research challenge aims to spark new high impact security research in Azure Sphere, a comprehensive IoT security solution delivering end to end security across hardware, OS and the cloud,” stated Sylvie Liu, a safety programme supervisor at Microsoft’s Security Response Center. “Engaging the security research community to research for high-impact vulnerabilities before the bad guys do is part of the holistic approach Azure Sphere is taking to minimize the risk,” Liu added.
The bug bounty programme is a part of a three-month analysis problem that runs from June 1 till August 31. “We will award up to $100,000 bounty for specific scenarios in the Azure Sphere Security Research Challenge during the programme period,” stated Liu.
Azure Sphere was introduced eventually 12 months’s Build developer convention. “This research challenge is focused on the Azure Sphere OS. Vulnerabilities found outside the research initiative scope, including the Cloud portion, may be eligible for the public Azure Bounty Program awards,” stated the corporate. Microsoft stated its partnership with the worldwide safety group is vital to maintaining the purchasers safe