Google is now paying up to $ 1 million to anyone who finds an Android bug or vulnerability

In 2015, Google launched the Android Security Rewards (ASR) program, which aims to reward researchers who find and report security issues in the operating system and has now decided to expand its rewards by introducing a new Pixel Titan M award who provided more information through its official blog. On this occasion, Google confirmed that it will pay $ 1 million to those people who are able to hack their Pixel smartphones and find a bug or loophole in it.

That way, anyone who succeeds in executing a full chain of remote code execution and threatens the secure Titan M chip will receive a reward of $ 1 million. It should be noted that the Titan M chip is integrated into the Google Pixel 3, Pixel 3a and Pixel 4 phones.

Likewise, the company has also announced a new category of bonuses, including data mining and screen lock bypass, which has a series of bonuses up to $ 500,000. Google has also confirmed that it will offer a 50% bonus for exploits found in specific developer preview versions of Android, which generally start in March and run through August / September.

That way, the largest bonus is now worth $ 1.5 million. It is worth noting that the Pixel Titan M Prize and another series of rewards are taking effect today, and for more information on this link: Google