Zomato’s security engineer Yash Sodha tweeted about the Zomato bug bounty program.
Starting today, we’re increasing the rewards for @zomato‘s bug bounty program: $4,000 for critical, $2000 for high, and so on. We welcome your participation and look forward to your reports! Happy Hacking 🙂 Find more details here: https://t.co/OSvNH1q6Mm
– Yash Sodha (y_sodha) July 8, 2021
How much damage can be done to the security of the company due to the bug will be investigated under CVSS (Common Vulnerability Scoring System). The reward will be given on the basis of this. When the CVSS is 10.0, the person who finds it will be given a reward of $4000. On the other hand, finding a bug with 9.5 CVSS will get a prize of $ 3000. Two-factor authentication is required to join the Zomato bug bounty program.
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