Google Fixes 10 Chrome Bugs
Google has issued a new version of its Chrome Web browser that fixes several serious security vulnerabilities, reported the security firm Kaspersky Lab.
Nine of the 10 vulnerabilities were discovered by outside researchers, which under Google's new security bounty program qualified the bug spotters to monetary compensation. Google paid $7,500 to those who reported the flaws.
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