Riot posted one of the largest – if not the biggest – game concessions, giving people up to $ 100,000 if they could find a security flaw in Vanguard's anti-cheat system.
Delicious, announced today, it's handled HackerOne, where users can find other tech companies to point out errors in their security. There are various new commands; the more vulnerable the bully gets at Vanguard, the more money they can earn. This starts at $ 25,000 with a bug that allows third parties to access users' confidential information up to $ 100,000 for "kernel-code downloads," which can allow consumers to import the most important parts of a computer. Riot also provides several examples on the official emergency page
Several developers have sensitive programs on HackerOne, but none are close to what Riot offers. Nintendo, for example, there are rewards ranging from $ 100 to $ 20,000 for detecting security weaknesses on the 3DS and switch. Value offers sources of up to $ 2000 depending on size. Rockstar Games issue $ 10,000 for a specific interruption related to false logs inside Grand Theft Auto Online and Red Redemption OnlineDeception detection.
Riot announced the compensation following a week of debate over its anti-fraud scheme for Vanguard, which is being installed on computers for downloading and playing. Allowed, a new competitive rider from League of Legends developer Riot Games. Vanguard causing ruckus when players discover that their anti-cheat system is constantly running on players' computers, with extended rights to get started. Riot says the program is rigorously tested for weaknesses, but it is determined issue big money if manipulation is detected.
"We want players to continue playing our games with peace of mind, and we put our money where our mouth is," the message
Riot implemented its "bug bounty" program HackerOne from late 2014. Vanguard unrelated Bounties start at $ 250 but can reach over $ 4,000 accordingly Presentation for 2016 by David Rook, Riot is now Europe's leading security expert. After the researchers present their findings, their payouts are determined through discussions with the Riot security team, who analyze information such as the complexity of the bug and the amount of work it took to obtain it. Riot reportedly donated nearly two million dollars since the program began.
Allowed It is currently in closed beta and is available to players who receive the key to watch the broadcast play it on Twitch.