Google Engineer get the first reward for finding flaws in Internet Explorer 11
A few weeks ago that Microsoft launched its call to find Security holes in windows 8.1 and Internet Explorer 11 . The first to receive a bonus for hunting a bug in the preview version of IE 11 will be a Google engineer named Ivan Fratric.
Fratric, who finished second in the Microsoft BlueHat Prize last year, is noted as the first person to receive the award this year by Microsoft. According to senior security strategist, Katie Moussouris, during the first two weeks of the program have had a favorable response from the community.
More than a dozen security flaws were sent to Microsoft’s patch, with Frantic the top of the list. Moussouris Fratric congratulated by Twitter , who allegedly already received mail from Microsoft which indicates that will take home USD $ 11,000 for the feat.
– Katie Moussouris (@ k8em0) July 11, 2013
Ivan Fratric, a security expert, has served as the past years as a researcher at the University of Zagreb. Since October 2012 he works as a Security Engineer at Google Information.awards, Concursos, Contests, Google, Internet Explorer, Internet Explorer 11, Microsoft, Premios, Security, Seguridad, windows