From The Next Web:
Kim Dotcom is so confident in the security system at Mega, the newly launched file storage service, that the New Zealand-based German is offering a bounty of €10,000 (approx. US$13,580) to the first person who breaks it.
Last week, Dotcom said that he would offer up a prize for any enterprising hackers, after the site was criticized for the way that it handles security. A Mega blog post dismissed points raised by Ars Technica andForbes, explaining that the site will soon be boosted by new measures, including a change password feature and more, to increase the security of accounts and data.
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