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Hackers Earn Big Bounties for GitHub Enterprise Flaws

White hat hackers have earned tens of thousands of dollars in bounties after finding serious vulnerabilities in GitHub Enterprise.

GitHub Enterprise is the on-premises version of, for which organizations pay an annual fee of $2,500 for every 10 users. The product promises enterprise-grade security, 24/7 technical support, hosting options, and several administration features not available for

GitHub Enterprise versions 2.8.5, 2.8.6 and 2.8.7, released in January, patch several flaws rated critical and high severity, including ones that can be exploited to bypass authentication and remotely execute arbitrary code.

The researchers who discovered the vulnerabilities have started making their findings public, and information from GitHub and the experts themselves shows that they earned significant rewards.

GitHub included the Enterprise product in its bug bounty program at the beginning of the year, when it announced that the most severe bugs reported in...(continued)

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