Friday, 30 October 2015

Copy-Pasting Google URL May Leak Past Searches

Who shares with Google search queries run the risk of seeing others get past searches. It discovered Jeremy Rubin. The problem is to reproduce in a few simple steps. As a first example, there must in Chrome or Firefox in the search bar something to be sought.

Then must make the Google search page to be searched for something else. The URL in the address bar will now include both searches. Users who do not see and pass the URL of their search so others can share unintentionally sensitive searches, says Rubin. He warned Google, but the Internet giant announced that it will not solve the problem.

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