To prove how secure Chrome is, Google is giving away a million dollars to people who can hack Google Chrome at the upcoming PWN2OWN hacking contest which takes place at the CanSecWest security conference in Vancouver next week.
Google is willing to pay 20,000 dollars to anyone who can exploit a security bug in windows, flash, device drivers, or a security problem that would affect all browser users. Google will also pay 40,000 dollars to anyone who can hack Google Chrome by its own specific flaws. Google is also paying 60,000 dollars to anyone who can exploit only bugs in chrome, and all this upto its million dollar limit.
This will also be beneficial for Google as they can fix flaws and bugs in Google Chrome once someone is able to hack chrome, using it.