Figure of the day: How much Facebook paid for the ten-year Finn vulnerability in Instagram?

Figure of the day:
$10 000
paid Facebook over the ten-year Finn vulnerability in Instagram.
Finnish newspaper Iltalehti reported on the ten-year boy Jani (Jani) from Helsinki, who independently found the vulnerability in the popular photo service Instagram. A vulnerability has been discovered for the company Facebook, which owns Instagram now, Yan paid ten thousand dollars. A Facebook representative confirmed that achievement of the young Finn.
Figure of the day: How much Facebook paid for the ten-year Finn vulnerability in Instagram?
According to Jani, using this vulnerability, he could delete anyone’s comments, even Justin Bieber. He also said that he had mastered the basics of information security videos on YouTube.
When he found the vulnerability, he wrote about it to the developers by e-mail, as evidence by deleting the message in one of the test accounts in Facebook Instagram. As a result, the vulnerability was closed in February 2016, and the payment made in March.

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