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Submission + - Google Fixes 6 High-Risk Chrome Bugs, Pays $8500 (

Trailrunner7 writes: Google has released a new version of its Chrome browser, fixing six high-risk security bugs in the process and paying out $8,500 in bug bounties along the way.

The latest version of Chrome, version 10.0.648.204, also includes a number of other new features for some of the supported platforms. The Linux version of Chrome now supports the password manager for Linux, as well as some performance and stability upgrades.

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Google Fixes 6 High-Risk Chrome Bugs, Pays $8500

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Old programmers never die, they just become managers.