With Open Source Bug Bounties, 12-Year Olds Can Win Too

We’ve written before about bug bounties–cash prizes offered by open source communities to anyone who finds key software bugs–ranging from FOSS Factory’s bounty programs to the bounties that both Google (for the Chrome browser) and Mozilla offer. As we’ve noted, commercial companies focused on open source and open source communities at large can benefit from lots of efficiencies that arise from paying the public to debug software.

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