Vista contest offers cash for exploits

Friday, 12 January 2007, 12:27 PM EST

A US security firm is offering up to $72,000 in bounties for the development of working exploits for Microsoft's Windows Vista and Internet Explorer 7.

IDefense has launched its latest Quarterly Vulnerability Challenge which offers researchers up to $8,000 for reporting a working vulnerability allowing for remote code execution.

At vnunet.

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