Kim Dotcom Offers $13,580 For The First Person To Hack Mega

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Kim Dotcom Offers $13,580 For The First Person To Hack Mega

Kim Dotcom is offering a bounty of €10,000 (approx. US$13,580) to the first person who breaks its newly launched file storage service. The New Zealand-based German’s new security system is installed at Mega.

Kim Dotcom Offers $13,580 For The First Person To Hack Mega

After being criticized for the inept handling of security, Kim Dotcom announced a prize to the hackers last week.  Negating the points raised by Ars Technica and Forbes, a blog post from Mega said the site will be restored with new updates to boost the privacy of data, including a change password feature and more.

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