Researcher Mariusz Mlynski found and disclosed four high-severity vulnerabilities in Chrome’s Blink rendering engine, earning himself $32,000 through the Chrome Rewards program.
Chrome 51.0.2704.79 for Windows, Mac, and Linux was released Wednesday and patched 15 vulnerabilities, including two high-severity flaws eligible for bounties
Mariusz Mlynski is having a May to remember, earning $30,000 in bounties from Google for vulnerabilities he discovered and disclosed, on top of another $15,500 earlier this month from the same program.
Google updated Chrome to version 50.0.2662.75, patching 20 vulnerabilities, including two high-severity bugs that qualified for rewards.
Google joined the Patch Tuesday parade with a Chrome update that patches seven vulnerabilities in the browser. It also announced it was extending Safe Browsing protection to Chrome for Android.
Google has changed the way it presents HTTPS Mixed Content warnings in Chrome.
Google promoted Chrome 45 to a stable release, patching 29 security vulnerabilities. It has also started pausing ads running Flash.