HackerOne co-founder Jobert Abma still hunts for computer bugs making an average US4,000 per bug found. 
Photo: HackerOne Jobert AbmaHackerOne co-founder Jobert Abma still hunts for computer bugs making an average US4,000 per bug found. 
Photo: HackerOne Jobert Abma
HackerOne co-founder Jobert Abma still hunts for computer bugs making an average US4,000 per bug found. Photo: HackerOne Jobert Abma

Hacker makes US$100,000 a year as a 'bug bounty hunter’

Jobert Abma's HackerOne hunts software holes and counts the US Department of Defence, Twitter, Yahoo, and Uber among its customers

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HackerOne co-founder Jobert Abma still hunts for computer bugs making an average US4,000 per bug found. 
Photo: HackerOne Jobert AbmaHackerOne co-founder Jobert Abma still hunts for computer bugs making an average US4,000 per bug found. 
Photo: HackerOne Jobert Abma
HackerOne co-founder Jobert Abma still hunts for computer bugs making an average US4,000 per bug found. Photo: HackerOne Jobert Abma
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