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Google paid $6.7 million to bug bounty hunters in 2020

February 4, 2021

Via: ZDnet

Google said today it paid more than $6.7 million in bug bounty rewards to 662 security researchers across 62 countries for submitting vulnerability reports in Google products last year.

The figure, up from the $6.5 million the company paid in 2019, is the company’s largest prize pool paid to security researchers to date.

Most of last year’s bug prizes were awarded in the Chrome VRP (Vulnerabilities Rewards Program), which handed out more than $2.1 million to security researchers for 300 bugs identified in Google’s flagship browser.

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