published February 1st, 2010 | categories: Browsers, Chrome, Firefox, Google, Linux, Open-Source, Safari | all categories
Google is taking a queue from the Mozilla camp and offering a reward system for those who find security loopholes in their browser. The Chromium Blog announced Thursday that it will begin to pay for eligible security bugs to the tune of $500-$1337. Any security bug will be considered, however more attention will be placed on High and Critically important finds.
The Google Chrome browser has been improving as time moves forward. The release of the Linux version really helped move the browser ahead of Apple’s Safari browser to the number 3 most used browser on the web.
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