Teenager claims to find code flaw in Gmail

Thursday, 2 March 2006, 4:43 PM EST

A teenage blogger claims to have discovered a flaw in Google's Gmail service that allows JavaScript to run, potentially allowing a malicious hacker to gather e-mail addresses or compromise an account. The supposed flaw may already have been fixed, however.

At InfoWorld.

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