If you happen to possess any computer-hacking skills, you could stand to make some money off Pornhub. The porn-streaming company just announced that it's letting hackers into the site to find security problems through the platform HackerOne. Pornhub will reward hackers for each problem they identify with between $50 and $25,000, depending on how severe the issue is, according to a press release.

The site was previously hiring people to fix its bugs through a private, invite-only program, but its new "Bug Bounty Program" is open to anyone who is able to identify vulnerabilities within their guidelines and offer advice on how to fix it. 

"Like other major tech players have been doing as of late, we’re tapping some of the most talented security researchers as a proactive and precautionary measure—in addition to our dedicated developer and security teams—to ensure not only the security of our site but that of our users, which is paramount to us," Pornhub Vice President Corey Price said in the press release. 

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Price is referring to other tech companies like Uber and Google that already offer "bug bounty" programs. Google now offers up to $100,000 to identify bugs. Pornhub is in need of these services, since it was the victim of a malware attack last year that infected users' computers with viruses. With 60 million visitors per day, the site can't afford to have all its members' computers crashing, though people have been known to put up with a lot to watch porn.