Google Base launched with security hole

Monday, 21 November 2005, 6:33 AM EST

Google has patched a security problem with its Google Base that allowed attackers to steal sensitive information from users of the new content-hosting service. The problem allowed attackers to steal cookies and other information from Google Base users and also gave attackers a way to embed fraudulent forms within Google Base Web pages.

By Robert McMillan at PC World.

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