google permi
A cunning attack that lasted only 1 hour exposed roughly 1 million users and businesses to extremely serious risk of identity theft, stolen money, enormous business liability and more — all made possible by user trust in a commonly-used feature in one of the web’s most well-known brands: Sign in with Google.


How did it happen? How was it fixed? What does it mean for users? And what do you need to do? Read on for definitive answers.

Ben and I were driving around Geneva complaining about how technically hard it was to do our job: IT projects for a few Global 500 clients at the same time, carrying a different laptop for each client (note: 6 laptops add up to one very heavy bag). So Ben figured out a way to make it easier. Much easier.