Bug Bounty


Microsoft starts Xbox & Xbox Live Bug Bounty Program

Microsoft starts Xbox & Xbox Live Bug Bounty Program in 2020Q1

Microsoft's Xbox and Xbox Live currently strives for more IT security in the company. The new "Xbox Bounty Program" from MSRC is intended to supplement the current existing public Responsible Disclosure & Security programs.

A few days ago, Microsoft launched a bug bounty program for the Xbox game console and the associated online service Xbox Live. The software company announced on Thursday via the Microsoft Security Response Centers (MSRC) team on the news blog that bugs with clear proof-of-concept (PoC) exploits and instructions will be rewarded with up to $20,000 (USD). The lowst amount that will be acknowledged starts with $500 (USD). Denial of service and redirect vulnerabilities are excluded from the scope by reason.


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