Google this week fixed seven vulnerabilities in the Chrome web browser, and paid $10,000 to researchers who reported them. Researcher Sergey Glazunov scored $8,000 for reporting five Chrome bugs, including $4,500 for three use after free bugs in v8 bindings. Glazunov has dominated Google's Chromium security hall of fame, which pays researchers for reporting bugs in the Chrome browser.

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