Companies hire hackers to break into their systems
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Hackers have broken into some of America's largest corporations but now businesses are starting to use them to their advantage.
Companies are hiring hackers to test their systems for security flaws, CBS News' Lauren Lyster reports.
She met with Mike Santillana, 27, a security researcher who makes money hacking into systems of major companies, such as Google.
In fact, Google is one of a number of firms that asks hackers like Santillana -- who are often referred to as ethical or white hat hackers -- to try to find security flaws.