Google increases vulnerability bounties to 20,000 Dollars
Posted by Dave Wreski   
Latest News On its Online Security Blog, Google has announced that the company will be increasing its bounties for serious code execution bugs found in production versions of Google products to $20,000 (about L12,400). It will also be paying $10,000 for less severe vulnerabilities like SQL injection flaws as well as $3,133.37 for other vulnerabilities such as cross-site scripting exploits. The blog post says that the programme has been a great success so far, with over 780 vulnerability reports being received from around 200 individuals.

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