Chinese DJI, an amateur and professional drone company, has launched a bug bounty program to identify vulnerabilities in its products. Along with cybersecurity experts, ordinary users can also take part in it. Detection of any \It seems that DJI drones really need this, since recently, experts have discovered vulnerabilities in them, for example, the ability to gain remote access to the DJI Go application and track the GPS coordinates of users. The company, apparently, undertook to correct its mistakes not only in terms of technology, but also in relation to comments. So, according to the information of security specialist L. Watkins from Johns Hopkins University, over the past year and a half, he and his students identified at least three vulnerabilities in DJI products, which he notified the manufacturer by email, but there was no reaction. bounty may have been caused by the recent ban on the use of drones and DJI software in the US Army precisely because of their vulnerabilities to cyber attacks. Judging by the statement of DJI representatives, this ban not only surprised, but also upset the company’s management, but at the same time became an incentive to identify and eliminate vulnerabilities, which should help the program being launched.