The Washington Post has reported that Microsoft and Yahoo are both offering up to $100,000 in rewards to users who report the breach.

The post is also quoting a source saying that “Microsoft has also offered an additional $100 million in compensation to customers who reported this breach.”

In response to the Washington Post report, Yahoo has also issued a statement on the breach: “Yahoo Mail is a secure email service, and we have worked with security experts to improve security over the past few months.

We are confident that this incident will be resolved quickly and without incident.”

As we reported on Friday, Yahoo Mail was hacked earlier this week, which resulted in some customers having to reset their passwords.

The company’s account information was then leaked to a hacker who then accessed the Yahoo Mail servers.