Google finally forced to patch serious Gmail bug after exploit published online

Google has been forced to remedy a serious security vulnerability present in Gmail and G Suite email servers after an exploit was published online.

The vulnerability could have allowed an attacker to send imitation emails posing as any Gmail or G Suite customer, opening the door to an array of spear phishing and spam-based attacks – which could also be used to smuggle malware onto the target system.

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Frederic M. Kolodziej

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