At HackerOne, a San Francisco marketplace for hackers and companies looking to test their networks, ‘bug bounties’ are offered for those who can fix software flaws.
At HackerOne, a San Francisco marketplace for hackers and companies looking to test their networks, ‘bug bounties’ are offered for those who can fix software flaws. Courtesy of HackerOne
At HackerOne, a San Francisco marketplace for hackers and companies looking to test their networks, ‘bug bounties’ are offered for those who can fix software flaws. Courtesy of HackerOne

Can you hack? Here’s a way to make a buck – and it’s legal

December 26, 2016 11:59 AM

UPDATED January 05, 2017 06:07 PM

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