Mozilla pays 12-year-old boy for finding bug in browser

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by igriot, Oct 25, 2010.

  1. igriot



    Alex is a bug hunter, but the bugs he's uncovering are unlikely to end up in any entomological reference book. Instead the bug Alex found was a valid critical security flaw buried in the Firefox web browser. For his discovery, he was rewarded a bug bounty of $3,000 by Mozilla, the parent company of Firefox, reports the San Jose Mercury News. <a href="">Read more</a>
  2. JamesL


    What stock is mozilla?
  3. Logic

    Logic is a non-profit. You can't trade it. You can short MSFT or GOOG, but those two companies are much larger than their browser business, so caveat emptor.