Google plugs security holes in Web site

Friday, 23 December 2005, 12:09 AM EST

Google has patched security flaws in its Web site that would have exposed users to phishing and other attacks designed to steal account information, according to security researchers. The possibility for attacks at www.google.com was present when users encountered two different error pages, the "404 not found" error message and a Web-site redirection error message.

At InfoWorld.

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