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Mozilla launches bug bounty program for generative artificial intelligence (GenAI)

Mozilla launches bug bounty program for generative artificial intelligence (GenAI)

With ØDin, which is short for Zero-Day Investigative Network, Mozilla started a bug bounty program to benefit Generative Artificial Intelligence (GenAI).

The Bug Bounty Program is an initiative that offers rewards for reporting security issues. With the Zero Day Investigations NetworkØDin In short, Mozilla has now started a bug bounty program for so-called Generative Artificial Intelligence (GenAI).

Although there are other bug bounty programs like HackerOne and BugCrowd, they are limited to security issues in the software itself, and ØDin is supposed to be concerned with securing the entire ecosystem and being upfront about vulnerabilities to the exclusion of other programs. This primarily includes vulnerabilities in AI models. ØDin is said to be the first and so far only bug bounty platform that creates open incentives for model research.

As the technology landscape continues to evolve, we see the need for the next evolution of bug bounty programs to further develop the GenAI ecosystem and address weaknesses in the models themselves. These vulnerabilities include spot injection, training data poisoning, denial of service, and more. Mozilla is investing in next-generation GenAI security through the 0Day Investigative Network (0Din), a bug bounty program for large language models (LLMs) and other deep learning technologies. 0Din expands the ability to identify and address GenAI security by going beyond the application layer and focusing on emerging classes of vulnerabilities and vulnerabilities in these new generations of models.


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