Apple is opening its bug bounty program to the latest publicly available versions of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS. Researchers who find and clearly report issues to Apple Product Security will get a large payout, depending on the bug discovered.
In a post on its developer page Thursday, Apple outlined the bounty categories which include bugs in the iCloud, device attacks via physical access, network attacks with user interaction and more. The maximum payouts range from $100,000 to $1 million.
Earlier this year, Apple offered special, a cybersecurity conference in Las Vegas earlier this year. Apple launched its and offered researchers up to $200,000 to find and report vulnerabilities in the system.