The European Union is launching bug bounty programs for 14 out of 15 open source projects on which EU institutions rely.
Beginning this month, researchers will be invited to submit bugs and vulnerabilities in various projects that were previously identified as candidates in the inventories and a public survey, according to a Dec. 12, 2018 announcement from EU Member of Parliament Julia Reda.
The bug bounty categories will included: Filezilla, Apahe Kafka, Notepad++, PuTTY, VLC Media Player, FLUX TL, KeePass,7-zip, Digital Signature Services (DSS), Drupal, GNU C Library (glibc), PHP Symfony, Apache Tomcat, WSO2, and midPoint.
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