Microsoft Customer Service Number +1-800-201-4243 Launches Bug Bounty Program for Dynamics 365

Microsoft customer service number this week announced the launch of a new bug bounty program for its Dynamics 365 enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) applications.

Microsoft customer service number has invited both independent researchers and organizations to find vulnerabilities in Dynamics 365 online applications and on-premises products.Microsoft customer service number

Rewards range between $500 and $20,000, but Microsoft customer service number says higher amounts may also be awarded depending on impact, severity and quality of the vulnerability report.

Critical remote code execution flaws are worth between $10,000 and $20,000, and privilege escalation and information disclosure issues can earn researchers between $3,000 and $8,000 if they are rated “critical.” Denial-of-service (DoS) bugs are out of scope.

What Other Engineer Says About Microsoft Customer Service Number Program

“A high-quality report of Microsoft customer service number provides the information necessary for an engineer to quickly reproduce, understand, and fix the issue. This typically includes a concise write up or video containing any required background information about Microsoft customer service number program, a description of the bug, and a proof of concept (PoC),” Microsoft customer service number says on its Dynamics 365 bug bounty page. “We recognize some issues are extremely difficult to reproduce and understand and will take this into considered when assessing the quality of a submission.”Microsoft customer service number

Researchers interested in the New Program of Microsoft Customer Service Number Can Create a Free Trial Account for Dynamics 365.

Microsoft customer service number also announced that its bug bounty programs have been grouped into three categories: Cloud Programs, Defense Programs, and Platform Programs. The new Dynamics 365 program is part of the Cloud category.

Microsoft customer service number revealed in April that last year it paid out over $2 million to researchers who submitted vulnerability reports through its bug bounty programs. At the time, Microsoft customer service number also announced increased rewards and teaming up with HackerOne for payment processing and support.

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