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Apple Bug Bounty Program rewarded $75,000 to an ethical hacker Ryan Pickren

Are you interested to know a huge sum rewards from Apple recently. That too for the discovery of multiple security flaws possibility in iPhone Camera and Safari browser? If yes, read this article.

Apple generally announce the bug bounty program that will help ethical hacker to learn and report it to Apple (in case if it is genuine) to protect customers and secure devices.

We recently came across the latest Apple news (the bug bounty program) from various sources and one of them is gadgetsnow as well. Here you go for its brief. 



Apple has rewarded $75,000 (INR 56.75 lakh approx) to an ethical hacker Ryan Pickren who came across some flaws in Safari and iPhone gadget, specially at camera software. Apple has however fixed these flaws after reporting by Pickren.

An ethical hacker Ryan Pickren has discovered more or less seven flaws in Apple’s browser Safari and iPhone camera associated one.

Three security flaws might have resulted for the iPhone camera being hacked and possibility of accessing camera and microphone permissions, if an iPhone user visited a malicious site, then their phones would have been at risk.

The Safari 13.0.5 update fixed the main flaws including January 2020 update. Other minor flaws were fixed in March 2020 with 13.1 Safari update.

In case if you are looking for Apple Bug Bounty program detail then you can visit http://www.developer.apple.com/security-bounty/ link for more detail.

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