Prolific bug hunter Guang Gong has earned the highest-ever payout for a vulnerability in the history of Google’s Android Security Rewards program, which began in 2015. He earned a combined $112,500 for the disclosure of an Android exploit chain impacting Google’s Pixel handset that could allow an attacker to inject arbitrary code via a malicious URL accessed via the phone’s Chrome browser.
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