PayPal, one of the first companies to offer a bug-reporting program, announced on Thursday that it's sweetening the deal with bounties.
Michael Barrett, PayPal's chief information security officer, said in a blog posting that he was initially leery of the concept, but the positive experiences of internet behemoth brethren that pay bounties - Facebook, Google, Mozilla and Samsung - have changed his mind.
South African mobile phone operator Vodacom has noted that SIM swap fraud attempts are on the increase.
Fraudsters who engage in SIM swap fraud are posing as cellphone company representatives to try and trick unsuspecting customers who end up being victims of Internet banking fraud.
Thousands of protesters have filled Cairo's Tahrir Square overnight as Egypt's rival presidential candidates accused each of trying to steal an election whose result is still not known five days after polling ended.
Another two days of uncertainty and name calling seem likely over the weekend which begins on Friday, though there was no immediate violence.
Nigeria is set to build the nation’s first solar powered telecommunications network through the Shyam Group’s VNL operations.
Called WorldGSM, the technology has been designed to be set up in rural areas in developing economies.
Uruguay has unveiled a plan to allow state-controlled sales of marijuana to fight a rise in drug-related crime.
Under the bill, only the government would be allowed to sell marijuana to adults registered on a database.
Cuba has rejected suggestions that it had any involvement in a money-laundering scheme operated from the US.
The denial from Cuba's foreign ministry came after a Cuban-American was charged in Florida with conspiring to channel more than $30m (£19m) to Cuban banks.
Hosni Mubarak, the deposed Egyptian leader, has been revived and is on an artificial respirator after he suffered stroke.
A lawyer for Mubarak's family told Al Jazeera he was actually unconscious and on a respirator after he was rushed to Maadi Army Hospital near Cairo from Tora prison hospital on Tuesday.
President Obama has ordered his administration to stop deporting young immigrants who came to the U.S. as young children and who do not pose a security threat, senior administration officials said this morning.
Effective immediately, young immigrants who arrived before they turned 16 will be allowed to apply for work permits as long as they have no criminal history and meet a series of other criteria, officials said.
World leaders meeting at a G20 summit in Mexico have urged Europe to take all necessary measures to overcome the eurozone debt crisis.
They voiced unease over what one top official described as "the single biggest risk for the world economy".
UK Border Agency staff processing visa applications from Africa are "acting unfairly" and wrongly refusing entry to the UK, an independent report claims.
Chief inspector to the UKBA, John Vine, said many visas were incorrectly rejected after employees "disregarded or misinterpreted" evidence.