Google yesterday announced a six-month bug contest that will pay up to $200,000 for an Android “bug chain,” one or more successful exploits of previously unknown vulnerabilities.

Dubbed “Project Zero Prize,” it differed from hacking contests that take place over one or two days: Researchers can submit entries from now until March 14, 2017. In that regard, Google’s contest resembled the limited-time bug bounties that rival Microsoft has offered to focus on, among other areas and applications, in Windows 10’s Edge browser.

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