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Submission + - Google Releases Chrome 6, Pays $4337 in Bounties (threatpost.com)

Trailrunner7 writes: Google has released a new version of its Chrome browser and has included more than a dozen security fixes in the update. The new version, 6.0.472.53, was released two years to the day after the company pushed out the first version of Chrome.

Google Chrome 6 includes patches for 14 total security vulnerabilities, including six high-priority flaws, and the company paid out a total of $4,337 in bug bounties to researchers who reported the vulnerabilities. A number of the flaws that didn't qualify for bug bounties were discovered by members of Google's internal security team.

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Google Releases Chrome 6, Pays $4337 in Bounties

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