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4chan Launches '$20 Bug Bounty' After Hackers Ruin moot's Day 79

mask.of.sanity (1228908) writes "4chan's founder Moot has launched a bug bounty for the site after it was hacked, but is offering a meager $20 in 'self-serve ad spend' for all bugs. The bounty program was launched after the website and Moot's Amazon accounts were hacked. The intrusion spelled the end for DrawQuest which was closed after Moot decided it was not worth spending money to ensure the unprofitable but popular drawing platform was secure."
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4chan Launches '$20 Bug Bounty' After Hackers Ruin moot's Day

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