Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Facebook will reward Oculus Rift vulnerability discoverers

Facebook will reward Oculus Rift vulnerability discoverers

If your obsession with virtual reality devices, but the cash-strapped, went to the Oculus Rift with the SDK and Web site code or vulnerabilities in hardware devices.

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Facebook just announced that in March this year with its $ 2 billion acquisition of Oculus into "vulnerability reward program." Under the plan, reported vulnerability security researchers access to Facebook's financial incentives, at $ 500, no Cap. Last year, Facebook vulnerability issued a total of $ 1.5 million bounty. Starbucks iPhone 5 Case

Previously, the company received the vulnerability is related to its social networking system vulnerability reports, and Oculus is the company's first hardware product, estimates will receive hardware-related vulnerability reports. After this announcement, which excited hacker wearing Oculus Rift may toss all day and can't afford to buy the hardware hacker, or you can plunge into the code, there may be unexpected harvest. Starbucks iPhone 5 Case

Such "vulnerability reward program" technology companies are increasingly common, and many companies want to use people power to audit their code, to improve product safety.

Oculus Rift in virtual reality

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Oculus Rift in virtual reality

DK1, Oculus DK2 resolutions increased from 640x800 to 960x1080 (up 1920x1080). First generation of products in order to reduce the feeling of dizziness, DK2 OLED using low latency. One of the biggest improvement, believe the DK2 will join a group of detect head movements of the camera, so that players can implement such features as "close" movement, officials said just for this function's optimization team spent a lot of time. In addition, the DK2 gyroscopes, accelerometers and other sensors of the testing frequency will all upgrade to 1000HZ, but the weight will go up to 440 grams. Price was close to the people (although the DK2 still for developers)

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