Google has taken a step out of its office and put it in public domain that if someone helps Google to detect the security flaws in its Android smartphones, s/he will be rewarded a prize money ranging from $200,000 to a maximum of $1.5 million.
$1.5 million is the highest being paid to the person who finds bugs in its Titan M security chip of Google Pixel smartphones. There are also some other criteria to meet to claim the top prize. However, some security professionals brought out some confusions whether the prize will discourage tech people from generating dollars from unauthorized sources. Other firms, including Apple, Buzzfeed, Facebook and Samsung, also offer rewards for reporting security flaws.