DJI launches bug bounty programme

Drone maker DJI will pay hackers up to $30,000 to find vulnerabilities in its drone software.

The company has launched its Threat Identification Reward Programme to ensure the security of its products and its users’ private data.

The programme also rewards users for exposing issues that cause app crashes or affect flight safety.

The rewards for finding bugs will range from $100 to $30,000, depending on the potential impact of the threat. The company is also developing a dedicated website for reporting potential threats.

“DJI wants to learn from their experiences as we constantly strive to improve our products, and we are willing to pay rewards for the discoveries they make,” said DJI.

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