Mozilla on Wednesday began offering cash rewards to researchers who discover vulnerabilities in its web applications. The move extends the company's bounty program beyond incentives for finding flaws only in its Firefox web browser, or web applications that are considered "critical" or "extraordinary" risks to customer security, according to a Tuesday blog post. Bounties will range from $500 to $3,000. A list of the domains and web applications covered under the expanded program are listed here. – DK