Google Patches Flaw in Mini Search Appliance
The search engine giant quietly rolls out a patch to cover several gaping security holes in the enterprise-facing Google Mini search appliance.
Search engine darling Google Inc. has issued a patch to cover a range of potentially dangerous security flaws in the enterprise-facing Google Mini search appliance.
The company's patch was issued after researchers at the Metasploit Project pinpointed several bugs that can be exploited by malicious hackers to conduct cross-site scripting, file discovery and service enumeration attackers. 'Highly Critical' Flaw Found in Google Mini Search Appliance
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