Google+ to shut down after vulnerability discovered that left customer data unprotected | iMore

From 2015 to March 2018, a security vulnerability exposed info for hundreds of thousands of Google+ users. Google chose to not disclose the breach and is now planning to shut down its failed social network.

Google+ has long been the butt of many jokes as a failed social network that refuses to die, but according to a new report from The Wall Street Journal and then an official response from Google itself, it looks like it’s been home to a serious security vulnerability for three years that Google chose to not disclose to the public.

Source: Google+ to shut down after vulnerability discovered that left customer data unprotected | iMore

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