Find a Bug in Google Chrome, Earn $500-$1337

Find a Bug in Google Chrome, Earn $500-$1337

While plenty of developers have turned in bugs in Google Chrome for free, Google is upping the ante. Those who spot security holes in either the browser or the new Chromium operating system will now receive between $500 and $1337, with the higher amounts going to bugs considered “particularly severe or particularly clever.”

Google asks those who find bugs not to disclose them publicly before reporting the problem to Google. In return, the company promises to fix reported bugs.


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