Google racing to fix flaw that puts 1BILLION calendar users at risk of being hacked

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ONE billion people have been exposed to hackers by a major flaw in a popular Google app. The loophole allows cyber crooks to flood your Google Calendar with phoney invites in an attempt to steal your bank details. It takes advantage of the fact that Google Calendar allows invitations and events t...

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