OpenAI Unleases Bug Bounty Program With Rewards Up To $20,000

“The OpenAI Bug Bounty Program is a way for us to recognize and reward the valuable insights of security researchers who contribute to keeping our technology and company secure,” the company wrote on its website. Image: Tada Images (Shutterstock)

OpenAI—parent company of the ever popular and powerful ChatGPT—has announced a pretty sweet deal for amateur programmers called the Bug Bounty Program. In exchange for finding bugs in OpenAI’s software, the company is willing to hand out anywhere from $200 to $20,000.

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OpenAI announced the Bug Bounty Program on its website yesterday, citing transparency and collaboration as reasons for opening up the debugging program to the general public. The reward for identifying security flaws ranges from $200 for “low-severity findings” to a whopping $20,000 for “exceptional discoveries.” The program is in collaboration with Bugcrowd, a cybersecurity firm that focuses on a crowdsourcing approach to identifying flaws in software, and OpenAI says that Bugcrowd will handle the process of receiving user-submitted bug reports as well as distributing pay outs.


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