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Submitted by etechmag 565d ago | news

Confident Kim Dotcom offers bounty for anyone who could crack Mega’s security

ETECHMAG: The founder of recently launched file sharing service Mega and Internet celebrity Kim Dotcom has just offered a considerably large bounty for anyone who could crack the security of Mega’s servers. The amount he has offered to the first person who could break the security is €10,000, which is equivalent of $13,580. (Culture, Hi-tech, Internet, Kim Dotcom, Services, Software, Web)

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