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ZERODIUM Hosts Tor Browser Zero-Day Bounty Program

ZERODIUM is known for paying premium bounties and rewards to security specialists to gain their unique and beforehand unreported zero-day investigation affecting major working operating systems, software, and devices.

Today ZERODIUM hosts Tor Browser Zero-Day Bounty and it is offering $1,000,000 for Zero-day exploits with Tor on Linux and Windows.And the bug bounty program is open up to November 30th, 2017 at 6:00 pm EDT and may be it closed in prior if the total payout reaches $1,000,000.

Exploiting browser vulnerabilities getting harder every day and this initiative will motivate security researchers to build new browser exploits. ZERODIUM sets the bar even higher with a new technical challenge: develop a fully functional zero-day exploit for Tor Browser with JavaScript BLOCKED!

Also read Deep Web Browser Tor Now With More Security and Compatibility

Submission Process

ZERODIUM estimates and verifies all submitted research inside one week or less. Payments are made in one or various installments by wire transfer or using crypto-currencies such as Bitcoin (in specific cases only).

ZERODIUM

The first installment is made within one week or less. For more detail, researchers should contact them with their PGP key.

ZERODIUM Payouts

ZERODIUM payouts for qualified zero-day abuses extend from $5,000 to $1,500,000 per submission. The sums paid by ZERODIUM to specialists to procure their unique zero-day abuses rely upon the fame and security quality of the influenced software/system, and also the nature of the submitted exploit (full or partial chain, supported versions/systems/architectures, reliability, bypassed exploit mitigations, default vs. non-default component, process continuation, etc).

  1. Tor Browser on Tails 3.x (64bit) and Windows 10 RS3/RS2 (64bit) : RCE and LPE to Root/SYSTEM without JavaScript $250,000 and RCE Only (No LPE) without JavaScript $185,000.
  2. Tor Browser on Tails 3.x (64bit) and Windows 10 RS3/RS2 (64bit) : RCE+LPE to Root/SYSTEM with JavaScript $125,000 and RCE Only (No LPE) with JavaScript $85,000.
  3. Tor Browser on Tails 3.x (64bit) OR on Windows 10 RS3/RS2 (64bit) : RCE+LPE to Root/SYSTEM without JavaScript $200,000 and RCE Only (No LPE) without JavaScript $175,000.
  4. Tor Browser on Tails 3.x (64bit) OR on Windows 10 RS3/RS2 (64bit) : RCE+LPE to Root/SYSTEM with JavaScript $100,000 and RCE Only (No LPE) without JavaScript $75,000.
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