1Password will pay you $100,000 to crack its vault

AgileBits, which owns the Password manager 1Password, has announced that it has raised the maximum possible reward in its bug bounty program from $25,000 to $100,000. The quadrupling of its prize money puts it within reach of other programs offered by Apple, Microsoft, and Google. In order to earn the full reward, researchers must demonstrate an ability to crack the secure vault technology used by 1Password to store credentials. The company has created a special researcher vault, containing bad poetry, which researchers are to target. To assist further, 1Password provides supplemental documentation containing real recent issues, in order to give direction…

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