Hacker Makes Millions Bounty Hunting Bugs

Tommy DeVoss has spent his life hacking websites and he even spent years in jail for his crime.

But now he uses his power for good and can make up to $160,000 a day exposing bugs and holes in big companies’ websites.

What used to be a hobby for Tommy has turned into a full-time job. He works about 10 hours a week and expects to make about $1 million a year for his services.

Watch this incredible video that details this unusual job.

Frank McKenna is the Chief Fraud Strategist for PointPredictive and a Fraud Consultant based in San Diego California