Google’s cloud is wide open, Insecurity expert warns of extension perils – TechEye
While Google is touting that its cloud-based services are more secure than any other computer method, security experts are saying that’s rubbish.
Matt Johansen, a researcher with WhiteHat Security, found a flaw in a Chrome OS note-taking application and used it to take control of a Google email account. He reported it to Google, which fixed the problem and gave him a $1000 reward for pointing it out, but Johanson said that this is just the tip of the iceberg.
He claims that there will be a whole new field of malware developed to mine web-centric software.
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