Bug Bounty Program Expanded with Firefly and AI Watermarking by Adobe

Adobe’s bug bounty program is expanding to include Adobe Firefly and Content Credentials. Starting May 1, security researchers in the private program can earn rewards for finding vulnerabilities in these areas. The public bug bounty program will also include these areas in the second half of 2024, and applications for the private program are currently open. The bug bounties are hosted on the HackerOne platform, and hackers can earn between $100 and $10,000 depending on the severity of the vulnerability. Adobe sees the bug bounty program as a way to improve its own security capabilities and learn from researchers. The company has partnered with HackerOne and Bug Bounty Village to provide pathways for security researchers to learn more about bug hunting in generative AI. Adobe Firefly, which is a family of generative AI models used in Adobe products, poses unique bug-hunting challenges. Content Credentials, a watermarking system for AI art, is also a focus for bug hunters to ensure proper attribution and prevent the spread of deceptive images. Adobe has also opened a Security Researcher Hall of Fame to recognize exceptional contributions and offer additional rewards. Other companies such as Google, OpenAI, and Microsoft also have bug bounty programs for AI-related vulnerabilities.

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