In a major security gaffe, google leaks hidden info of 250,000 domains

According to ars technica report, Google has allegedly reveals hidden names and contact numbers of users registered their domains through 'Google Apps'. This major security gaffe reveals how users are exposed to threats due to a minor glitch which believes to be exist from mid-2013.
This domains are got registered through eNom, which is the partner of Google Apps. This bug in Google security is found by Cisco research group. Google in a damage control measure has sent emails to all the 'google apps' users to notify them of the incident and possibl measure they took to solve it.
When a technology giants are vulnerable to such gaffe's we can get a hint about how secure our privacy is on internet.

Source: Ars Technica
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About Mohammed Rizwan

An Electronics Engineer by education, a part-time blogger by passion. He loves everything about technology, hence he writes about it. Interest includes Technology, Startups and Mobile Applications.
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