Red Dead Redemption II and Red Dead Online are technical marvels already, looking and running well with few complaints, but after the launch of the PC version (which prompted Rockstar to update their games launcher), it seems the developer wants to tighten things up even further.
That's why they've placed a bounty out on HackerOne, aiming to improve "privacy and security" by offering financial rewards for those who discover vulnerabilities, starting at $150 USD, although they can get higher depending on the scope of the discovery.
It's not just Red Dead Redemption II and the online portion that's included though, as Grand Theft Auto V is also included, with both including PC, PS4, and Xbox One versions. The companion apps are also included in the scheme.
For more details and the guidelines, check out the HackerOne link above. Can you uncover any faults?
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