Everyone’s favorite search giants Google started a program some years back called the “Pwnium Competition”. It was basically an event for computer geniuses and hackers to find flaws in Google’s search engine popularly known as Google Chrome, and what would make people help Google with their search engine…? Well, Google paid a hefty amount of money to whoever helped them improve their service.

According to CanSecWest security conference reports, last year Google offered a total of more than $2.7 million to the eligible Chrome OS exploiter. The initial reward money for bug flaws started at $500 and depending on the severity of the glitch could reach up to $50,000. That insane…

What’s more mind-boggling is that this year, Google has made a bold statement making the Pwnium Competition a year-long event rather than just a few days. This time they set out to pay “infinity million” dollars to the hacker who finds security holes in the Google Chrome OS. Infinity million..? Are you sh*tting me?? Google says it “crunched the numbers” and came up with a limitless amount of money it is willing to pay out.”

One little disappointing fact about the Pwnium Competition though, is that people from sanctioned countries like Iran, Sudan, Cuba, and North Korea are allowed to help expose flaws, but won’t be eligible to receive compensation…