If you can find Kung Fu in Valorant's anti-cheat software Vanguard, you can get up to $ 100,000.
Riot Games provides bounty to players who can find vulnerabilities in the company ’s Vanguard anti-cheat software, which has been deployed for the company ’s new shooting games Brave.
According to Riot, those who exploit vulnerabilities in software to exploit kernel drivers to combat cheating may earn between $ 25,000 and $ 100,000. The company requested "high-quality reports," which represent "practical vulnerabilities" that exploit the vgk.sys kernel driver.
The actual bounty paid depends on the impact and availability of the exploit provided, and the exploit must work on the latest version of Vanguard.
Potential exploit reporters must provide "valid proofs of concept" and detailed reports that Riot Games can run.
Valorant's anti-cheat software always runs in the background, which has caused some controversy in the gam ing community. Vanguard will start when you start your PC and run in the background, even if you are not playing games.
The game is currently in a closed beta version for invited users only.