The threat to data security increases every day and OnePlus has now started a special program that will help the company keep its system away from hidden threats. OnePlus has now started a OnePlus Security Response Center (One SRC) in collaboration with HackerOne that will help you keep your systems safe from security threats. To help even more with your case, OnePlus has starting a bug bounty program that will reward bug hunters.By announcing in its latest press release, the OnePlus Security Response Center “will engage academics and security professionals to responsibly discover, disclose, and remedy issues that could affect system security will help OnePlus proactively counter potential external threats to user security.” The program was started in collaboration with HackerOne and aims to eliminate all possible errors and problems with OnePlus software.OnePlus will offer up to Rs 5 lakhs .
The program invites academic researchers and security professionals from around the world to search. Report on the latest mistakes. Participants can earn up to Rs 5 lakhs from OnePlus under the Bug Rewards program. In fact, the prize money ranges from $50 to $7,000, depending on the threat level. OnePlus will offer up to Rs 5 lakhs to anyone who finds serious errors on their phones.
How to Get the Price
A team of special security researchers will verify all bug reports. Once verified, the applicant will be rewarded based on threat level. Researchers can request errors related to the OnePlus website, OnePlus community forums, and OnePlus apps.
The OnePlus Security Response Center (One SRC) will currently be limit to a few invites researchers. In the second half of 2020, a public version of the program will be released. OnePlus will offer up to Rs 5 lakhs to anyone who finds serious errors on their phones.
OnePlus has been affect security threats in recent years. A few months ago, OnePlus reported that it suffered a data breach on its official website where OnePlus account passwords and details of several users were at risk. OnePlus contacted those affected and ways to stay safe from possible attacks.
OnePlus recently upgraded its OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro to the latest November security patch for Android through the Oxygen OS 10.0.3 update. The slightly newer OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro received the update a few days ago.