Google Password System Successfully In Hack

By | Apr 20, 2010

Cyber attacks in the past year on Google reportedly also access to the target system passwords, which controls a million users the company’s services are e-mail and business.

Gaia, which allows users to log in only once for different services, fell from a two-day strike in December last year, according to The New York Times reported that a quotation from the sides of the internal investigation.

But Gmail users’ passwords were stolen, and the company probably would not have been quick to make changes in network security, the report said.

These problems started when the Google workers in China, open a link that was sent out in a short message, and then brought in a criminal Web site. Computer finally mastered the group, including a computer, which is used in the key software developers in the company’s headquarters in Mountain View, California.
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Google first discovered the theft of intellectual property in January, when they shared a company as a victim of sophisticated attacks aimed at collecting information on activities in the field of human rights.

As a result of theft, Google announced that it will no longer censor search results in China, and consider to leave entirely.

The source code was stolen from more than 30 firms in Silicon Valley in the attack, in which Google says, came from China, although not specifically disclose who is behind them. The Chinese government denies any involvement.

However, increased U.S. pressure on China after the U.S. Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton has officially condemned the Internet censorship in the country rules in a speech in January last year.

China has asked the company doing business in these countries should respect and comply with their rules to respond to the U.S. stance could jeopardize relations between the two countries.

In the end, Google has closed Google.cn and began to attract users to Google.com.hk in Hong Kong, which offers language services in China without censorship.inilah

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