Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

#1396 Chrome 53 fixes address spoofing vulnerability and 32 other bugs
Google continued its onslaught of summer Chrome patches Wednesday when it pushed out version 53 of the browser, fixing 33 bugs, half of which were rated “high” severity by the company.

Google paid at least $56,500 in rewards to researchers who discovered vulnerabilities in the browser this time through. The company is still determining how much to award several researchers who found bugs, while two vulnerabilities marked Wednesday were ultimately not applicable to the company’s bug bounty program.
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