Recognizing Q4 Top 5 Bounty Hunters

We have tabulated the results from April-June 2018.  The Top 5 Bounty Hunters for Q4 are now in.  As with our list from Q3, we want to recognize both the leaders in payouts and in number of successful submissions.  We appreciate the hard work and dedication of the following individuals and companies who have contributed…

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Recognizing Q3 Top 5 Bounty Hunters

Throughout the year, security researchers submit some amazing work to us under the Microsoft Bug Bounty program. Starting this quarter, we want to give a shout out to and acknowledge the hard work and dedication of the following individuals and companies who have contributed to securing Microsoft’s products and services over our third quarter (January-March…

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Extending Microsoft Edge Bounty Program

Over the past 10 months, we’ve paid out more than $200,000 USD in bounties to researchers reporting vulnerabilities through the Microsoft Edge Bounty Program. Partnering with the research community has helped improve Microsoft Edge security, and to continue this collaboration, today we’re extending the end date of the Edge on Windows Insider Preview (WIP) bounty…

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Announcing a Microsoft .NET Core and ASP.NET Core Bug Bounty

It’s our pleasure to announce another exciting expansion of the Microsoft Bounty Programs. Today, we will be adding .NET Core and ASP.NET Core to our suite of ongoing bounty programs. We are offering a bounty on the Windows and Linux versions of .NET Core and ASP.NET Core starting on September 1, 2016. The program highlights are:…

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Microsoft Bounty Programs Announce Expansion – Bounty for Microsoft OneDrive

At Microsoft, we continue to add new properties to our security bug bounty programs to help keep our customer’s secure. Today, I’m pleased to announce the addition of Microsoft OneDrive to the Microsoft Online Services Bug Bounty Program. This addition further incentivizes security researchers to report service vulnerabilities to Microsoft. As part of the Microsoft Online…

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