in what possible way would you endear yourself to people if you do things like this..Maveric169 said:Well they could have at least cut the kid a check for a few hundred/thousand bucks to pay for his time. I personally would have held them hostage over it and negociated a fee for my services.
It would be one thing if the kid notified M$ and pointed out and proved that there was a security problem, but he worked with them for 6 MONTHS. But I suppose it is the kids progitive.Sazar said:in what possible way would you endear yourself to people if you do things like this..
everyone has a job to do... they are paid for their job... if in the course of their job they find something and choose to share the info so be it... they are already likely being compensated in one form or another...
what the kid did was good and right and he's made the news... and he's worked with m$... that in itself has raised his networth to anyone looking to hire him...
Who Care's? People take things too seriously these days.Do you want Microsoft to give him some pocket money ($100 million) Besides he said he was happy he got to be mentioned by the almighty M$Lee said:Read the story on link posted, it makes me want to throw up at M$.
Well that is something! One hell of a big something too! I would be impressed by it if I was a hiring manager. Not too many people can say they have been specifically by name given credit for identifing and helping fix a major security flaw in a giant software makers code at the age of 19 none the less.Electronic Punk said:It's something to put on the CV / resume!!