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Microsoft Launches New Azure DevOps Bug Bounty Program

A new program will pay bounties of up to $20,000 for new critical bugs in the company's Azure DevOps systems and services.

Microsoft has announced the launch of a new bug bounty program, this one aimed at Azure DevOps services and applications. The program will offer bounties of up to $20,000 for new bugs and vulnerabilities discovered in the company's Azure DevOps online services and the latest release of Azure DevOps server.

According to the web page describing the program, eligible bugs include previously unreported vulnerabilities in one of the target services or products. The description of the bug must "include clear, concise, and reproducible steps, either in writing or in video format," that "Provide our engineers the information necessary to quickly reproduce, understand, and fix the issue."

The highest bounty will be paid for a high-quality report on a critical remote code execution vulnerability, according to the site.

For more, read here and here.

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