Digital Armaments and cash for vulnerabilities...

I came across this web-site for Digital Armaments. These folks pay researchers for vulnerabilities. Find a problem, tell them about it and they give you compensation (and your name in lights, when they forward the information on to interested parties).

Capitalism at its best...get someone to do your work for you dirt cheap, and sell the results for as much as the market will bear. I applaud them for their ingenuity.

I am not sure of the inner workings of the company (i.e. who they sell their products to...what they do with the vulnerabilities...) therefore I can't comment on whether this firm's actions are good or bad - but the business model is certainly interesting.


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