Google last week updated Chrome to version 77, patching 52 security flaws, offering tab sharing and dumping an address bar indicator that the destination site was using more expensive digital certificates.
The company paid out $34,500 in bug bounties to the researchers who reported some of those vulnerabilities. Eight of the flaws were ranked “High,” the second-most-serious category in Google’s four-step ratings, and one was marked with rarely-used top-most “Critical.” The latter was submitted to Google by a security researcher with Qihoo 360, a company based in the People’s Republic of China that distributes a browser by the same name. (The Qihoo 360 browser relies on the same Chromium-developed technologies as does Chrome.)
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