(NEWSER) – In September, Zerodium announced its "Million Dollar iOS Bug Bounty" contest, offering a cool mil to anyone who could hack Apple's iOS 9 and expose its security flaws.

Yesterday the cybersecurity startup tweeted it has a winner—an anonymous team, Digital Tech reports, that was able to set up an attack "on a fully updated iOS 9 device … remotely, reliably, silently, and without requiring any user interaction except visiting a web page or reading a SMS/MMS," per contest rules.

That winning "jailbreak" now gives Zerodium the ability to sell the hack to its choice of customers, which company founder Chaouki Bekrar tellsWired include "major corporations in defense, technology, and finance" and "government organizations in need of specific and tailored cybersecurity capabilities."

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