Security News > 2023 > October > New Microsoft bug bounty program focuses on AI-powered Bing
Microsoft announced a new AI bounty program focused on the AI-driven Bing experience, with rewards reaching $15,000.
AI-powered Bing experiences on bing.com in Browser AI-powered Bing integration in Microsoft Edge, including Bing Chat for Enterprise.
"The Microsoft AI bounty program invites security researchers from across the globe to discover vulnerabilities in the new, innovative, AI-powered Bing experience. Qualified submissions are eligible for bounty rewards from $2,000 to $15,000 USD," Microsoft explains on the AI bounty program's website.
"Submissions identifying vulnerabilities in Bing related online services will be considered under the M365 Bounty Program. All submissions are reviewed for bounty eligibility, so don't worry if you aren't sure where your submission fits."
In a recent bounty year-in-review blog post, Microsoft said it paid $13.8 million in rewards to 345 security researchers worldwide who reported 1,180 vulnerabilities across 17 different bug bounty programs.
Last year, the company added on-premises Exchange, SharePoint, and Skype for Business to its bug bounty program and increased the maximum awards for high-impact security flaws reported through the Microsoft 365 program.