United Airlines announced rewards for security bugs found in its websites, apps, and online portals

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United’s announcement doesn’t invite researchers to submit the most crucial vulnerabilities researchers could find—those discovered in onboard computer networks, such as the Wi-Fi and entertainment systems. More, the program specifically excludes “bugs on onboard Wi-Fi, entertainment systems or avionics” and United notes that “[a]ny testing on aircraft or aircraft systems such as inflight entertainment or inflight Wi-Fi” could result in a criminal investigation. All submissions in the contest after knowing something which should interest United Airlines must be sent to bugbounty@united.com including “Bug Bounty Submission” in the subject line. United Airlines is the same company which recently removed from flight a cyber expert, after he made public the existence of vulnerable aspects about flight’s security.

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