UNDATED (CNN) -- A teenage hacker, who goes by the name Pinkie Pie, wins Google's $60,000 "bug bounty."
The web search engine is the latest company to offer big bucks to hackers who can find security problems.
Pinkie Pie uncovered a vulnerability in the Chrome browser in the contest this week.
Google fixed the problem with a software update about 10-hours after the teen exposed the bug.
Pinkie Pie was one of two hackers to score the top prize Google's first "bug bounty" earlier this year.