If you’ve always wanted to get into hacking, now’s the time.
To be eligible to win, contestants are required to dig up vulnerabilities that can be exploited remotely – by sending a text message or an email, for instance.
All winning participants will be invited to describe the bugs they’ve discovered in a short technical report that will appear on the Project Zero Blog.
The winner will scoop $200,000, while the runner-up will receive $100,000. There’s also another $50,000 in the prize pool for any additional winning entries.
Head to the official Project Zero Contest announcement for more details.
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