Free and Open Source Software Audit (FOSSA) project
https://betanews.com/2018/12/30/europea ... en-source/
Starting in January, the European Commission is going to fund bug bounty programs for a number of open source projects that are used by members of the EU.
The initiative is part of the third edition of the Free and Open Source Software Audit (FOSSA) project,
which aims to ensure the integrity and reliability of the internet and other infrastructure.
In all, the Commission will fund 15 bug bounty programs, with rewards ranging from €17,000 ($19,400) to €90,000 ($103,000).
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The full list of programs that will be funded by the EC from January includes a number of popular tools:
-Digital Signature Services (DSS)
-the GNU C Library (glibc)
-VLC Media Player
In March, midpoint will be added to the list.
Some of the bug bounties run just up until summer 2019, while others run well into 2020.