Google recently launched Chrome 57 bringing in several new features including the availability of CSS Grid Layout, and various functionality improvements.  The latest Chrome version fixed 36 vulnerabilities through its bug bounty program and the search giant has paid out more than $9M to date for researchers to look for vulnerabilities and critical issues.  And as vulnerabilities become more difficult to find, the tech giant has decided to offer more money for critical issues.

To know more about the bug bounty program as well as the recent update click here.