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Nintendo 3DS Bug Bounty Program
Posted on Wednesday, December 07, 2016 @ 06:26:51 GMT

3ds modrobert writes: "Nintendo has started a bug bounty program specifically for the 3DS handheld over at hackerone.com. The potential payout is in the range of USD $100 to $20,000. After reading through the rules for reward and the legal section my conclusion is that anyone filing a report is at the mercy of Nintendo. They own the right to do pretty much anything with the reported exploit/bug regardless if they choose to pay out or not, and that's not the worst part, there is no legal protection for the submitter against lawsuit or criminal prosecution.

It's a trap!

I found some interesting contradictions in the fine print considering this bug bounty program is based in USA where the DMCA limits reverse engineering legally, quote: ' You agree that you will not violate any law, or disrupt or compromise any data that is not your own in connection with reporting vulnerability information to Nintendo.' Now consider that for a moment when reading the following: 'Rewards will not be issued to individuals who are on sanction lists, or who are in countries on sanction lists.' In other words, if you are known to be skilled at hacking or live in a country with sane laws regarding reverse engineering chances are you don't qualify according to sanction lists which aren't even specified by Nintendo.

What puzzles me is the relatively low payout range of USD $100 to $20,000 set by Nintendo as the current trend among exploit dealers is to increase their payouts, for example Bekrar at ZERODIUM recently announcing USD $1,500,000 for a remote Apple iOS 10 jailbreak. Perhaps the Nintendo lawyers adding the hawkish rules and legal disclaimers for the bug bounty program just try to protect against all eventualities, hard to tell if sincere or not.

Could Nintendo actually be serious about the program as opposed to baiting for lawsuit?

Let me know what you think in the comments."

 
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Re: Nintendo 3DS Bug Bounty Program (Score: 1)
by simon on Thursday, December 08, 2016 @ 07:30:02 GMT
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Puzzling how? Having $20k in your pocket is better than a $1.5M pipe dream.


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Re: Nintendo 3DS Bug Bounty Program (Score: 1)
by Gradius on Thursday, December 08, 2016 @ 08:05:52 GMT
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Nintendo was ALWAYS EVIL and they are even more EVIL now!


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Re: Nintendo 3DS Bug Bounty Program (Score: 1)
by Gradius on Thursday, December 08, 2016 @ 08:10:49 GMT
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ZERODIUM reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to make or to not make an offer to acquire a research for any/no reason.

You can make much more selling on deep web.


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