Russian company Mail.ru announced the launch of the new Atom browser, which will replace Amigo. Also, the developer announced the payment of rewards to those who will be able to find vulnerabilities in the program. Apparently, Mail.ru is confident in the high security of new items.
Atom browser is based on Chromium and gotextremely discreet design. The functionality does not differ from the standard proposed: secret mode, subscription to updates and ad blocking. An interesting feature was the removal of a separate panel to monitor data security, it provides for disabling the camera and macro for sites and restricting cookies. The company assured that it will not impose its new browser, but will try to win users with quality and active feedback.
To attract individuals interested in finding vulnerabilities, mail.ru uses the international HackerOne platform. The amount of remuneration comes to one million rubles.