Google Pays $1,500 for Bugs Discovered in Chrome

by Developer.com Staff

Google releases a new version of its open source Web browser Chrome and pays out $1,500 for security bug discovery.

Google released Chrome yesterday, and according to the release announcement, Google paid $1,500 to those who found security holes in the open source Web browser.

Google paid Jordi Chancel $1,000 for finding cross-origin bypass security vulnerability in its Google URL (GURL) software.

Wushi of team509 got $500 for discovering a memory corruption issue with Chrome's font handling code.

This article was originally published on Wednesday Apr 28th 2010
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