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Microsoft's security team is giving anyone a chance to obtain some exclusive Xbox Live Avatar items if they successfully complete the company's BlueHat Challenge.
Microsoft has announced that Vasilis Pappas is the grand prize winner of its first annual BlueHat Prize, as he received $200,000 for developing a new security program method.
One of the finalists for Microsoft's $200,000 BlueHat contest has already seen his programming put into the company's Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit 3.5 Technology Preview.
Microsoft has announced the three finalists for its first BlueHat Prize for developing defensive based security efforts. The winner will be named in July and will get $200,000.
Microsoft is offering over $250,000 for researchers who develop the best cyber security defenses as part of the company's BlueHat Prize.