Three minutes on Google security

Thursday, 7 June 2007, 12:04 AM EST

Security has been a bit of a black art at Google. Unlike rival Microsoft, which publishes detailed information on its monthly patches and has openly evangelized the steps it takes to secure software, Google has generally been quiet when it comes to talking about security and it has kept the team that keeps Google's Web sites secure under wraps.

Not so anymore.

At Yahoo! News.

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