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Google Broadens Bug Bounties To Include Web App Security

November 1st, 2010 11:01 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

n0-0p writes “Google just announced they will pay between $500 and $3133.70 for security bugs found in any of their web services, such as Search, YouTube, and Gmail. This appears to be an expansion of the program they already had in place for Chrome security bugs. ‘We’ve seen a sustained increase in the number of high quality reports from researchers, and their combined efforts are contributing to a more secure Chromium browser for millions of users.’ The rules and qualification details were posted today at the Google Online Security Blog.”

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