Source code for the Android version of Healing Bridge on GitHub from midnight on May 26th Available The end. The National Informatics Center (NIC) has also announced a bug grant program to encourage researchers to find flaws in apps.
The Arogya Bridge application currently has 11.50 million registered users on all supported platforms. During the conference, Kant further highlighted that the app has already helped more than 140,000 people using its internal communication tracing technology to warn of the potential risk of coronavirus infection.
Security experts in this app In the meantime express your concern about privacy Last month, Arogya requested the government to open the code of the bridge app. The Niti Iyog app is ready to publish all subsequent updates through its repository on GitHub.
In addition to the open source code, the government has launched a bug grant program, which will be hosted by the MyVov team. This program will help security researchers to get a prize of Rs 1 lakh. In this, any person who searches for security vulnerabilities or deficiencies in the app will get a reward of one lakh rupees. In addition, an additional prize of one lakh rupees will be given to improve the code.