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Google lays bare security flaws in anti-malware product with 250 million users | ZDNet

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Malwarebytes says it will take about a month to deploy a patch to fix vulnerabilities found by Google’s Project Zero bug hunters.

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Bug bounty is the best solution to SW complexities.

People develop SW and people make mistakes, even experts. The best way to find those mistakes are checking and poking around and the more hands and eyes that tests your product, the better the product will be.

Bug bounty programs are a very cost effective way of develop quality products.

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