Google will pay up to $40,000 to security researchers who find bugs in Android devices. The program aims to monitor security of third-party software on Android OS by telling developers to stop using
programming libraries known to be out of date in their applications. The rewards are given on a sliding scale. Developers who want to claim Google's bounty must show vulnerabilities
affecting the company's Nexus 6 and Nexus 9.
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