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Posted on: Jan 5, 2017

According to SecurityWeek, networking equipment provider Netgear announced on Thursday the launch of a bug bounty program focusing on the company’s products, particularly routers, security cameras and mesh Wi-Fi systems.

With the aid of Bugcrowd, Netgear will run two types of responsible disclosure programs: a program offering Bugcrowd kudos points, and one offering cash rewards. Monetary rewards can be earned for vulnerabilities in Arlo Wire-Free, Q and Pro security cameras, Nighthawk X4S and X8 routers, and Orbi mesh Wi-Fi systems. For weaknesses in other products, experts will receive points.

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