Google admits to user data disclosure

Tuesday, 23 January 2007, 2:03 PM EST

Google has confirmed that it unwittingly disclosed sensitive login and password information pertaining to more than a dozen users.

The information was disclosed three weeks ago as part of Google's freely accessible anti-phishing blacklist. Google said in a written statement that the problem has since been fixed, and that procedures have been put in place to strip login information from future submissions.

At vnunet.

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