Microsoft kicks off two-month Spartan bug bounty program

Microsoft today launched a short-term bug bounty program for its new Project Spartan browser, saying entries would be accepted until June 22.

The temporary award program is very similar to one Microsoft used in mid-2013 for Internet Explorer 11 (IE11) to bag some bugs before that browser was released with Windows 8.1.

“Securing this platform is a top priority for the browser team,” said Jason Shirk, a security architect with the Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC), in a blog post.

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Microsoft kicks off two-month Spartan bug bounty program