Google Pays $2K for Chrome Vulnerability

Google has paid out its highest sum yet, $2,000, for the discovery of a
high-risk vulnerability found in its Chrome browser. The recipient is developer
Sergey Glazunov, who found a DOM method-related means of circumventing
the same origin policy. Read the full article. [The H Security]

Google has paid out its highest sum yet, $2,000, for the discovery of a
high-risk vulnerability found in its Chrome browser. The recipient is developer
Sergey Glazunov, who found a DOM method-related means of circumventing
the same origin policy. Read the full article. [The H Security]

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