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Motherboard: The Tor Project Is Starting a Bug Bounty Program

| By: Dan McDevitt

“The Tor Project, the non-profit that maintains software for anonymity on the internet, will soon be offering a bug bounty program, meaning those who find vulnerabilities in Tor applications could get paid for their efforts. The announcement was made during the recurring “State of the Onion” talk at Chaos Communication Congress, an art, politics and security conference held annually in Hamburg, Germany…’We have a sponsor, OTF [Open Technology Fund], who is paying HackerOne, a company that specializes in this, to help us do it,’ Roger Dingledine, co-founder and research director of the Tor Project, told Motherboard.”

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