Bounty Hunters wanted! Find security bugs to earn cash and licenses

Posted on 19 May, 2017



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No technology is perfect, and neither is ours. There will always be things that we can have overlooked. While we can’t avoid having blind spots, we can do something to identify them: We’re calling out to security researchers everywhere to help us find security bugs and security issues in our products.

Join the ranks of Boba Fett, Greedo & Co.: Become a bounty hunter for Maps Marker Pro

We offer a $ 10 bounty for valid security bugs (for example simple XSS), with the option for larger bounties for more serious bugs, like for example remote code execution exploits, SQL injection or privilege escalation.  In addition, we offer a professional package for Maps Marker Pro that’s valid for 25 domains, including access to updates and support for 3 years (list price: € 499) for each person reporting a valid security bug.

Bounties are paid for source code vulnerabilities, but feel to submit vulnerabilities outside that for an optional smaller bounty. We’ve advertised our bounty hunt on the bug bounty platform HackerOne, where you’ll find a full description of our rewards program with a list of valid targets:

Good hunting!