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Google gives Chrome mulligan button

Gregg Keizer | Aug. 22, 2013
Adds 'reset' option to restore to factory settings, patches 25 security vulnerabilities.

Google paid four researchers a total of $5,174 in bounties, with more than half -- $3,000 -- going to one bug finder, identified only as "cloudfuzzer."

So far this year, the Mountain View, Calif., company has awarded about $256,000 in bounties or hacking contest prizes.

Users can download Chrome 29 for Windows, OS X and Linux from Google's website. Active users can simply let the automatic updater retrieve the new version.

 

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