Google has added Chrome apps and extensions developed and brands as "by Google," as well as increased the amount of financial compensation it will pay those who uncover the bugs. Some of the
apps added include Hangouts and Gmail. The rewards for each vulnerability now range from $500 to $10,000, depending on the permissions and the data each extension handles. It also will
increase the amount awarded through its Patch Reward Program.
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