Google plugs cross-scripting security hole

Tuesday, 11 October 2005, 5:48 AM EST

Google has fixed a cross-scripting flaw that opened user accounts to hijacking, the search giant confirmed Monday. According to Finjan Software, the bug in two unnamed Google sub-sites could have allowed attackers to grab a Google user's cookie.

By Gregg Keizer at Security Pipeline.

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