Tinkoff launched a program to find bugs and vulnerabilities for a fee on the BI.ZONE Bug Bounty platform. “White hackers” from Russia and the EAEU countries will be able to participate in it. This was reported to RB.RU in the press service of the company.
Tinkoff became the only bank in Russia that publicly decided to involve “white hat hackers” to improve the security of its services.
As part of the program, Baghunters will look for security breaches in websites and mobile applications of the company’s main lines of business and services.
Only technical vulnerabilities are within the scope of the program. The amount of the reward will depend on the criticality of both the vulnerability itself and the system in which it was discovered. The maximum payment at the time of the launch of the program is 150,000 rubles.
“White hackers” will be able to refuse rewards in favor of charity. In this case, Tinkoff will multiply the amount of the payment by five and send it to one of the trusted charitable foundations at the investigator’s discretion. The list of funds is available in the service application in the “Charity” section.
The BI.ZONE Bug Bounty platform was launched on August 25, 2022. It helps bughunters conduct their investigations without criminal risk. Specialists can choose suitable programs based on preferences and level of remuneration.
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