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Google pays $10,000 to fix 10 high-risk Chrome flaws
Google has shelled out more than $10,000 in bounties for the latest batch of high-risk security vulnerabilities in its Chrome browser. The company released Google Chrome 5.0.375.127 with patches for 9 security holes and a workaround for a Windows kernel bug, paying $10,011 in rewards to the hackers who reported the issues.
The update is available for Windows, Mac and Linux.
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