Google Disappoints Yet Again: Stored Some Passwords In Plain Text For 14 Years
Wednesday, 22 May 2019 G Suite users were taken aback yesterday when Google disclosed that it stored some passwords for Enterprise G Suite users in plain text for 14 years. In a blog post, the search giant mentioned that the passwords were encrypted but not hashed, which means that Google employees had complete access to them. However, the company […]
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