Hacker finds error in Chrome, Google rewards you

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hacker was rewarded by Google with $ 60,000 to find a vulnerability in the browser Chrome.

The young hacker, known as “Pinkie Pie”, was the one who received the reward and compliments from Google “by another beautiful work,” and it is precisely this hackerdiscovered a bug in Chrome earlier this year, but that time shared the prize with a Russian colleague.

The technology company solved the problem 10 hours later by an update.

Google launched its first rewards program “Security Chorium Rewards Programs” in 2010, but offered little encouragement to those who find errors in the browser.

Thanks to sponsors, was able to increase the award up to big money. Overall, Googleoffers two million in incentives to those hackers who are more flaws in Chrome .

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