Facebook will now pay you money to find bugs in the Oculus Rift
Here’s a new way to support your expensive VR habit: hunt for flaws in the code for the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset, software development kit (SDK), and website.
Facebook just announced it is incorporating Oculus, which it acquired in March for $2 billion, into its infamous bug bounty program.
Under the program, individual security researchers who report bugs to Facebook may be financially rewarded. The minimum reward is $500, and there is no cap on the maximum. Facebook paid out $1.5 million in bug bounties last year.