May 022015
 May 2, 2015  Posted by  Featured News

Liam Tung reports:

The roughly 30,000 Chrome users who installed Google’s new phishing-alert extension Password Alert now need to install a security update.

Google only released Password Alert on Wednesday and it’s already been forced to fix the product after Paul Moore, an information security consultant at UK firm Urity Group, devised a few lines of code that can be used by anyone to bypass the tool.

Read more on ZDNet.

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