Mozilla’s mission is to ensure the internet is a global public resource, open and accessible to all. A Mozilla university and college club is a group of students with a passion for technology who meet regularly to advance this mission by building and innovating on open source projects that keep the web open.
The Mozilla Security Bug Bounty program is designed to encourage research in Mozilla software and to reward those who help us make the internet a safer place.
ICBT Kandy campus IT Mozilla campus club was a part of Mozilla’s this year’s Global bug hunting program where users had to discover passiveness of the lasted unreleased Mozilla browser and upon doing so they’d received prizes.
The event was held on 14th of June at ICBT Kandy campus and YOGO taxi was the platinum sponsors.
Mozilla club members started initiated the event and explained the process of being registered and how to hunt the bugs.
And then, they reveal how to report the bug. All the participants were very interested in the bug hunting session.
ICBT is being listed in the Mozilla bug hunting global series: https://events.mozilla.org/becomeabetatestingbughunter.
The bug hunting event was awesome and the participants were very happy of participating the event.
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Article By :Abhisheka Suhumar