Facebook Twitter Snapchat paying hackers to recover technical bugs
In our day to day lives we socialize and interact with many different types of people, including family, friends, colleagues, or even complete “strangers”. Yes, most of the people we meet on social sites are strangers. Many have fake accounts, sending requests to people and people in term of “Friendship” without knowing that person accept their requests and start connecting with these strangers. The result can be very dangerous as strangers can mislead the laws of social media by hacking your profiles. Now, Facebook Twitter Snapchat paying hackers to recovers technical bugs.
The news may surprise you, but Facebook, Twitter, and Snapchat have a found a unique way to find such faults. Truly they are paying big amounts to white hat hackers around the world to keep them updated about the glitches in their system. They are spending almost around £156,000 every day, to keep their system hassle free.
One of the hackers known as Topiary online, Jake Davis, who was previously a black hat hacker, was arrested in 2011, but now works for the giant technical companies. He explains his work to Newsbeat, he is now paid by Twitter to hack their website,” Twitter have paid me for disclosing bugs to them. It’s very simple.”
According to Jake Davis, the hackers would be happy to do this work even if they are not paid, so the money is just a extra bonus for them. For them, the main reward is “kudos from other hackers. They’re good at hacking, and they want to be seen to be good at the thing.”
“Facebook are particularly good, they have got a £500 minimum for disclosing bugs to them,” says Jake.
He says that till now Twitter has paid $800,000 (£625,000) to nearly 642 hackers.
This is a good way to stop hackers by paying to be hacked and this can help Facebook Twitter Snapchat paying hackers to recover technical bugs So hackers are having a very good time. That is the reality of today’s online security.
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