Apple Paid Seventy-Five Lakhs
Apple Has Since Fixed The Issue: Apple is the most popular brand for Laptops, Smartphones, Earbuds, and many more mobile accessories. So, recently Apple has paid almost seventy-five lakhs for an Indian Developer. Apple has paid for as it was reported a critical flaw, in signing up with Apple. Thus, the developer has got the reward from the company. Earlier, Apple has announced the users to login simply and quickly in 2019. So, this act of Apple users with the Apple ID can sign into third-party apps and websites.
Also, the company pads him through the Apple Security Bounty program. So, based on the issue reported to this, the Bounty payments will be issued to the user. However, all the security issues will be reported to the users, and remaining will be under the bounty. Also, the company has given a list of payments for the problems issued through its official website.
Bounty Payment Updates
So, recently in April, An full-stock Indian developer has found a security flaw in Apple Sign In Account. Thus, it allows hackers to take the full account of users who were linked to it. This issue was found by a 27 years old boy, Bhavuk Jain, in April. Also, the flaw is observed in “Sign in With Apple” account authentication.
Thus, Apple has fixed the issue and paid him 100,000 U.S dollars, nearly seventy-five lakhs for the Indian developer. However, it was issued by Apple Security Bounty Program and rewarded him with the money. The developer has first claimed a blog post to Apple Stating the flaw, by the company. So, on Saturday, the developer disclosed his matter to the public.
Apple has introduced this Sign In Feature, which makes users be more private and secure with their accounts. However, it won’t be like other accounts sign in programs like Facebook, Instagram, and Google.
Also, many faced the problem of personal hacking data of the users through their social media sign-ups. But, according to Bhavuk Jain, says that any hacker with the user’s email address will make them sign in into their accounts, where hackers can forge JWT.