Google Chrome is paying you to find Bugs

Feb 28, 2010

Yes you heard that right, to make Chrome more stable and wipe out competition, Google is trying all its effort to make Chrome a flawless browser. You might want to know that Why Google Chrome is so fast?,
Google is giving $1337 for those who will find BUG and report to them. Its worth noticing that folks at Mozilla are running successful vulnerability reward program from a long time. So if you have ever came across a bug and want to get benefited by that, than it is the right time to tell them.

Following is the quote from the Chrome’s Official Blog-

Today, we are introducing an experimental new incentive for external researchers to participate. We will be rewarding select interesting and original vulnerabilities reported to us by the security research community. For existing contributors to Chromium security — who would likely continue to contribute regardless — this may be seen as a token of our appreciation. In addition, we are hoping that the introduction of this program will encourage new individuals to participate in Chromium security. The more people involved in scrutinizing Chromium’s code and behavior, the more secure our millions of users will be.The Chromium Blog
To know more about the details visit Chrome’s Official Blog.


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