back to article Google crushes five bad bugs with patch run and $20k in bounties

Google has slung patches at vulnerabilities in its Chrome browser for Windows, Mac, and Linux. The patches repair five known security holes found and reported by external researchers. Google paid US$20,337 (£17,875, A$27,789) in bug bounties to researchers who reported the bugs. Software quality assurance engineer Krishna …

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