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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#873 Google patches two high-severity flaws in Chrome
Google on Wednesday updated the Chrome browser for the third time since the start of May.

Chrome 51.0.2704.79 for Windows, Mac, and Linux patched 15 vulnerabilities. It also paid out $14,000 in bounties to prolific bug hunters Mariusz Mlynski ($7,500) and Rob Wu ($6,500).

The previous Chrome update on May 27 addressed 42 flaws with Mlynski cashing in to the tune of $30,000 after earning $15,500 in an update pushed out at the start of May.
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#873 Google patches two high-severity flaws in Chrome
#872 Android malware finds new ways to derive current running tasks
#871 93% of phishing emails are now ransomware
#870 Twitter pays out over $322,000 to bug bounty hunters
#869 TeamViewer servers go down as users complain on Reddit about getting hacked
#868 Symantec warns encryption and privacy are not the same
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