Tue, Jun 3 2008 10:25
Google fixes several site security issues
Google has fixed security vulnerabilities related to its Grand
Central telecom service and its Google.com Web site, the company said
Google fixed a cross-site scripting vulnerability on the log-in page for Grand Central, a service that allows people to have numerous phone numbers ring on one phone and have a unified voice mail.
A cross-site script is a vulnerability found increasingly in Web
applications in which malicious code can be injected into Web pages
that could be used to attack or compromise visitors to the site.
"This issue was reported to us (and everyone else) this morning, and we
closed it shortly after being notified," a Google spokesman said.
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