Google sees Mozilla's $3,000 and raises it $133.70

By Matthew ยท 6 replies
Jul 20, 2010
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  1. In a move that's sure to attract bored hackers and unemployed software professionals, Google has substantially raised the maximum reward given to people who find security flaws in the Chromium web browser. The increase comes only days after Mozilla refreshed its Security Bug Bounty Program, which now pays $3,000 for bugs found in the organization's Firefox desktop browser, Thunderbird email client, as well as its mobile browser and other services the products rely on.

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  2. LNCPapa

    LNCPapa TS Special Forces Posts: 4,263   +453

    Well if that isn't that just ELEET then I don't know what is.
  3. yangly18

    yangly18 TS Rookie Posts: 217

  4. Do we get our money first? Or we gonna have to trust them to give it to us after we tell them what the bug is?
  5. Reloader2

    Reloader2 TS Rookie Posts: 66

    I I am pretty sure you can trust Google to give you money. I am also pretty sure Google doesn't trust you enough to give you the money first.
  6. LordAnarchy

    LordAnarchy TS Rookie

    Cyptic? It's clearly a nod to the tech heads and gamers... E,LEET = Elite.. Nice.. Chrome FTW:)
  7. Yeah, that's clearly a reference to:

    Elite = "leet" = 1337 = $133.7

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