For years , Facebook has maintained a bounty program for bug hunters . They tend to provide a handsome amount to those who helps In finding out bugs and glitches in their security system and website .Now also , Facebook is extending it’s bounty program Oculus Rift, which was acquired by Facebook .
It was acquired by Facebook as a part of Oculus VR for a whooping $2 billion in March. The Social Networking giant is Offering a handsome money for identifying bugs in any Major Part of Oculus Rift’s code . Finding glitches can be in software development or the Website. It is worth noting that the Company has Fixed a minimum payout of$500 for bugs and other vulnerabilities .However , Facebook has quoted that There is no upper limit For the payout , so , it means that the more critical the bug is , the more will be the Payout .
Facebook security engineer Neal Poole said that it’s focusing first on developer communication tools in the software, but Facebook won’t rule out bug rewards for the headset itself.
“A lot of the issues that come up with Oculus are not necessarily in the hardware yet,” he said. “Potentially in the future, if people were to go explore and find issues in the SDK or the hardware, that is definitely of interest to us.” But , yet , That Hardware is currently in it’s development stage and Facebook has remained mum about when we can expect the Rift to hit the open market.