The U.S. Division of State’s Rewards for Justice program is offering a compensation of up to $10 million “for data on the unfamiliar noxious digital movement against U.S. basic foundation.” The office further said that “Award instalments may remember instalments for cryptographic money.”
The U.S. Branch of State declared Thursday that its Rewards for Justice (RFJ) program is offering a prize of up to $10 million “for data prompting the ID or area of any individual who, while acting at the heading or heavily influenced by an unfamiliar government, takes part in pernicious digital exercises against U.S. basic framework disregarding the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA).”
Awards for Justice is the State Department’s counterterrorism rewards program set up by the 1984 Act to Combat International Terrorism. The agency is managed by the Diplomatic Security Service. “RFJ will likely deal with global fear mongers and forestall demonstrations of worldwide psychological oppression against U.S. people or property,” its site depicts.
The declaration further uncovers that the Rewards for Justice program has paid more than $200 million to more than 100 individuals across the globe since its beginning.
The program “has set up a Dark Web (Tor-based) tips-revealing channel to ensure the wellbeing and security of possible sources,” the Department of State noted.
The declaration adds that the Rewards for Justice is too “working with interagency accomplices to empower the quick preparing of data just as the conceivable migration of and instalment of remunerations to sources.”