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ESP32 Security Bug Bounty Program Launched

SHANGHAI, China
Apr 18, 2017

Espressif has recently launched a bug bounty program to reward users for finding bugs in ESP-IDF.

Espressif is pleased to launch the ESP32 Security Bug Bounty Program with immediate effect from Mar. 30th, 2017 onwards. We will offer US$500 to any developer reporting a previously unknown security-related bug in our latest ESP-IDF. $1729 more for proof of concept!

More details can be found at:

ESP32 Bug Bounty

The ESP8266 bug bounty program is still valid. More details can be found at:

ESP8266 Bug Bounty

Contact

Espressif Systems

bugbounty@espressif.com

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