Round up the posse! Google just put a bounty on Chrome bugs, as well as any bugs that can be found in Chromium -- its open source codebase used as the testing grounds for its Chrome browser. With
a focus on security issues, developers can expect rewards of between $500 to $1,337 for reporting the bugs, which will vary depending on the severity of the security hole discovered. Those bugs deemed
"particularly severe or particularly clever" will receive the higher amount.