Researchers can sell or auction off their exploits on the website. The company will certify the flaw and provide a proof of concept, offering buyers the assurance that they are getting the real thing.
The initiative will allow a larger number of vulnerabilities to get disclosed. Chief executive Harman Zampariolo claims that last year as many as 139,362 flaws were discovered, but only 7,000 were publicly disclosed. He fails to explain where he came up with such an exact number.
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