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Two days after Mozilla sextupled the bug bounty paid to security researchers to $3,000, Google has upped the ante for vulnerabilities that are reported in its Chrome browser. In a continuing play on elite hacker speak, Google will begin paying as much as $3,133.70 for the most critical bugs that are brought to its attention, …

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Coat

"elite hacker speak"

l3375p34k? Yes.

Elite hacker speak? Not so much.

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Unhappy

Used to be elite

1337 used to be "elite" back in the early days of hacking; unfortunately the k00l k1d5 574r73d 70 wr1t3 l1k3 th15 and it became pretty lame, pretty fast.

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WTF?

IE?

Does Microsoft not offer something then?

Can i expect to hear they went bankrupt soon from how many bugs were reported in the first month?

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Grenade

Opera any dea

I'd have Opera any day and it kicks they're arses in speed

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Re: "Opera any dea"

I'll stick with Firefox, thanks. It comes with a spell checker for starters.

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Go

Agreed

Firefox also comes bundled with Firefox, as opposed to Opera

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FAIL

Copycats?

Monkey see, monkey do.

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