About this Deal
|Attention hackers, Apple is offering a $1 Million Reward to hack their iPhone!|
But, it's not as easy as it sounds. Apple's iPhone runs off their iOS operating system, which is known for its closed ecosystem. While that's good for the 2 billion iPhone users worldwide, it's quite a challenge for researchers looking for vulnerabilities.
In an effort to further up their security, Apple is calling on qualified researchers to find any flaws in their iPhones that could be exploited by hackers. While anyone can apply, Apple is only selecting qualified researchers for this opportunity. So, if you feel you're qualified, then contact Apple now.
In order to conduct their research, Apple is giving these qualified individuals a special iPhone specifically designed for security research. These iPhones are not the same ones that you buy in the store.
Calling on outside hackers has been a great tool to the cyber security of large companies. For instance, back in July, Google announced a $30,000 reward for people that could find flaws in their Chrome Browser. Getting that outside perspective allows these companies an opportunity to find flaws that internal security teams might have missed.
Do you think you have what it takes to win Apple's $1 million reward?