Here’s the Weekly Newsletter from 28th March’ 2021 to 3rd April’ 2021:
1. Microsoft Teams launches Bug Bounty Program to offer upto $30K for vulnerabilities – Microsoft has launched a bug bounty program for 365 applications, with its video-conferencing software Teams being the only target for now. The company under its Bug Bounty Program will pay out bounty payments between $500 and $30,000 for valid security vulnerabilities.
2. Israeli-Founded Firm Applitools Acquired By US Fund Thoma Bravo in $300m deal – Applitools, the Israeli-based firm was recently acquired by US Fund Thoma Bravo. The US Fund disclosed on 30th March that it has made a tactical growth investment in visual test automation software company Applitools.
3. Digital Transformation Provider eInfochips – An Arrow Company teams with Tricentis to offer AI Driven test automation services – eInfochips announced on 25th March that the company has partnered with Tricentis to assist firms to stimulate their digital transformation by delivering AI-enabled, automated testing services. The partnership will also facilitate both companies to attain a vast set of new clients.