Google fixes security hole in Chinese software tool

Monday, 9 April 2007, 9:55 AM EST

Google Inc. has closed a security hole in a recently released Chinese-input software tool that lies at the heart of a dispute with Chinese Internet company Sohu.com Inc.

"We had found this problem and have solved it during the product upgrade on Friday," wrote Google spokeswoman Cui Jin in an e-mail response to questions.

At Computerworld.

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