SpaceX is encouraging people to hack its satellite internet constellation, Starlink.
Business Insider reported those who prove successful could earn up to $25,000 through a bug bounty program.
The company recently released a document titled “Starlink Welcomes Security Researchers (Bring on the Bugs)” after a researcher said he hacked Starlink on a homemade device.
The hacking “job listing” is on SpaceX’s bug bounty website, bugcrowd.com.
Those that conduct non-disruptive tests and report vulnerabilities could receive a reward from $100 to $25,000.
Reward amounts depend on targets, which are split into the categories of web/network and product/infrastructure.
The website claims SpaceX has issued an average payout of $972.85.
SpaceX also updates a “Hall of Fame” leaderboard that features researchers who have earned the most points finding vulnerabilities.