An employee of Mozilla based in Sweden has been denied entry to the US to attend a meeting called by the foundation which is known for its Firefox browser and other open-source software.
The Mozilla Foundation has urged the White House to put in place bug bounties for those who find vulnerabilities in Internet-connected devices, in order that attacks of the sort that hit domain name services provider Dynamic Network Services, otherwise known as Dyn, last week can be avoided.
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