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Default Google Apps bug exposed personal data of nearly 283,000 website owners

According to a cadre of Cisco security researchers (via Ars Technica), a Google Apps bug inadvertently caused nearly 283,000 WHOIS registration records -- which can include the domain owner's name, address and other contact information -- to be made ...

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