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Kim Dotcom puts up $13,500 bounty for first person to break Mega’s security system

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 and Forbes, explaining that the site will soon be boosted by new measures, including a change password feature and more, to increase the security of accounts…
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