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, …
"elite hacker speak"
Elite hacker speak? Not so much.
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.
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?
Opera any dea
I'd have Opera any day and it kicks they're arses in speed
Re: "Opera any dea"
I'll stick with Firefox, thanks. It comes with a spell checker for starters.
Firefox also comes bundled with Firefox, as opposed to Opera
Monkey see, monkey do.
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