Google Pays Researcher for Finding Chrome Bugs

Google has paid researcher Timothy D. Morgan for discovering three high-risk vulnerabilities.

By Kara Reeder | Posted Feb 11, 2010
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Keeping true to its word, Google has paid researcher Timothy D. Morgan for discovering three high-risk vulnerabilities in its Chrome browser, according to V3.co.uk.

At the end of January, Google said it will pay researchers $500 for each vulnerability they find in the Chrome browser and its underlying open source code.

Morgan plans to donate his $500 reward to the Haiti relief effort. Google has added to the donation to bring the total to $1,337.

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