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Google Antiphishing Site Exposes Private User Data

Posted by Parth Barot on January 23, 2007

Google has removed a few user names and passwords posted inadvertently to a phishing blacklist it compiles and makes publicly available on the Web. The Mountain View, California-based company said it has also implemented a mechanism that detects and prevents a URL submission that contains login data from being available publically. The loophole was discovered in early January and Google announced Monday that the problem had been solved.

From infoWorld


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