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Vulnerabilities found, 22 critical in DHS first round of bug bounty program

Hello everyone,

I’ve been contemplating this article that talks about the first round of the DHS vulnerability findings. If my memory serves me correctly, this is interesting as they’re the last of the government agencies that are now doing this.

Its better that hackers tell the companies instead of exploiting the bugs, I always say, and 22 critical seems like its a small number, but its really not compared to other companies that we may not know of that may have more.

Hackers find 122 vulnerabilities — 27 deemed critical — during first round of DHS bug bounty program is the article title which came from Cyberscoop.

The agency awarded at least $125,000 in bounty money for these bugs which is a great start.

Do feel free to read more, the article was quite interesting.


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Vulnerabilities found, 22 critical in DHS first round of bug bounty program was released on April 26, 2022 at 11:56 am by tech in article commentary.
Last modified: April 26, 2022.


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