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Microsoft isn’t too comfortable letting the world know about the bugs found in its product by announcing “bounty” for discovering bugs. But this time, the company goes big. For the first time ever, the Redmond software giant pays its first bug bounty to a Google engineer who discovered a critical bug in preview version of Internet Explorer 11.