Google Repairs Security Flaw

In the article: Google fixes security hole, Stefanie Olsen reports that Google has fixed a flaw that was first reported on a Bugtraq list yesterday.

Google’s new Desktop Search tool did not prevent a hacker from inserting JavaScript, a programming language, into the Web address of its page image, or logo. “Google was recently alerted to a potential security vulnerability affecting users of our Web site,” a company representative said. “We have since fixed this vulnerability, and all current and future Google.com users are protected.”

Related reading

The home page for Kiddle search engine
Google Shopping
Simple Share Buttons