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For years, Facebook has maintained a bug bounty program to reward those who find problems with its platform. Now, it’s expanding that program to Oculus Rift , which it acquired as part of Oculus VR for $2 billion in March. The company is offering money for identifying issues in any major part of Oculus Rift’s code, from the development software to the website — with a minimum payout of $500 for bugs and software vulnerabilities. There’s no upper limit, so the more critical or inventive the find, the more it could be worth.



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