Google flaw adds phishing hole to Web sites
A security flaw in Google's search appliances could expose Web sites that use the products to information stealing phishing attacks, experts warned Monday.
The Google Search Appliance and Google Mini are used by organizations including banks and universities to add search features to Web sites. A flaw in the way the systems handle certain characters makes it possible to craft a Web link that looks like it points to a trusted site, but when clicked serves up content from a third, potentially malicious site. Google flaw adds phishing hole to Web sites | CNET News.com
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