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Red Dead Redemption 2 appears to be on every PC gamer's radar right now and while we've not talked too much about it it seems that Rockstar has dropped yet more updates.

It turns out some of the issues players experienced in the "Red Dead Redemption 2" PC version are caused by antivirus software.

That's why they've placed a bounty out on HackerOne, aiming to improve "privacy and security" by offering financial rewards for those who discover vulnerabilities, starting at $150 Dollars, although they can get higher depending on the scope of the discovery.

Over the weekend we've seen social media posts frot he Rockstar twitter account pointing players to yet another update of the newly launched rockstar launcher. With the resistance that Epic has had for its own launcher and EA's move to bring games onto Steam, it's hard to know if Rockstar can still justify keeping their system around. Following the instructions posted on Rockstar's website (and numerous suggestions on Reddit) brought us no closer to the long-awaited Wild West.

Red Dead Redemption 2's rough launch on PC continues, even if Rockstar has been trying to correct some of the problems players have been reporting.

Launched in April 2016, the private program now accepts, as of November 5, "a wider variety of vulnerability reports for in-scope vulnerability categories". If you successfully find one, Rockstar will pay you a minimum of $150. Can you uncover any faults?

The bug bounty program is available through HackerOne and offers payouts up to $10,000 for those that can identify vulnerabilities across multiplatform versions of Grand Theft Auto V, GTA Online, Red Dead Redemption 2, Red Dead Online, the iFruit mobile app and the Red Dead Redemption 2 Companion app. More details can be found on the official web page of the initiative.

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