Google has announced a bug bounty programme for Android Enterprise that will pay you up to $250,000 if you discover a flaw in a Google Pixel smartphone.
Android 12 is currently available for Google’s Pixel phones and will be rolled out to additional devices over the next few months. You probably think of Android as a consumer device, but over the last few years, Google has worked hard to make it an enterprise tool as well. With the release of Android 12, which already contains a number of new enterprise features by default, Google is also unveiling a handful of new security-focused efforts for Android Enterprise.
This includes a new bug bounty programme called the Android Enterprise Vulnerability Program, which offers up to $250,000 for a complete vulnerability of a Pixel smartphone running Android Enterprise.
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