Find Bugs in Google Chrome To Get Rewarded [$500-$1337]

January 30, 2010

in Internet,News

Google is getting more serious now for Google Chrome security. In order to make chrome browser more secure it is planning to give incentives to the external researchers for reporting original vulnerabilities in the browser. Google hopes that incentive program will encourage more users to get into the Chromium security project, thereby making the browser more and more secure.

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This is what the chromium blog published regarding this program:

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.

If you want to enter this reward program then report your bug on this link Chromium bug tracker (under the template “Security Bug”). There are some guidelines in the form of questions and answers, make sure you refer to them at this link



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