Digital Armaments September-October Hacking Challenge: Explorer and Mozilla
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- Date: 27 Sep 2006 09:07:02 -0000
Challenge Publication is 09.15.2006
Digital Armaments officially announce the launch of September-October hacking challenge.
The challenge starts on September 1. For the September-October Challenge, Digital Armaments will give 5000 credits EXTRA for each vulnerability submission that results in a code execution vulnerability of Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox.
The submission must be sent during the September/October months and be received by midnight EST on October 31, 2006. The 5000 credits prizes will be given on the publication of a official advisory regarding the vulnerability. The 5000 credits will be an extra added to the normal vulnerability payment (check the DACP scheme).
For further information on Digital Armaments Contributor Program (DACP) please refer at:
Details of credits value can be found at:
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