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The inaugural Microsoft BlueHat Prize contest challenges security researchers to design a novel runtime mitigation technology designed to prevent the exploitation of memory safety vulnerabilities. The solution considered to be the most innovative by the Microsoft BlueHat Prize board will be presented the grand prize of US $200,000.
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Revision as of 05:34, 6 December 2011


Announcements & Shameless Plugs

PaulDotCom Security Weekly - Episode 269 for Thursday December 8th, 2011.

Guest Interview: Katie Moussouris

6:00 PM EDT

Katie Moussouris leads the Security Community Outreach and Strategy team at Microsoft. Her team's work encompasses Security Ecosystem Strategy programs such as Microsoft's BlueHat conference and worldwide hacker conference engagement, security researcher outreach, and Microsoft's Vulnerability Disclosure Policies. Katie also founded and runs Microsoft Vulnerability Research, which is responsible for Microsoft's research and reporting of vulnerabilities in 3rd party software.

Katie moussouris.jpg


The inaugural Microsoft BlueHat Prize contest challenges security researchers to design a novel runtime mitigation technology designed to prevent the exploitation of memory safety vulnerabilities. The solution considered to be the most innovative by the Microsoft BlueHat Prize board will be presented the grand prize of US $200,000.

Microsoft Fuels Security Innovation With New Twist on Security Research Rewards

BlueHat Prize Blog

From Bounties to the BlueHat Prize – Evolutionary Thinking in Valuing Security Research

BlueHat Prize Q&A with Katie Moussouris

Stories For Discussion