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.