Noting the contribution made by those who try to hack its security, Google has once again increased the cash rewards it pays out for identifying vulnerabilities in its services.

The Internet giant, which began swapping security research for cash a couple of years ago, announced the higher payouts and new rules for the program Thursday on the company's Online Security Blog.

The bounty for cross-site scripting bugs on Google Accounts more than doubled from $3,133.70 to $7,500...

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