Google shuts down its Google+ service after the surface of a flaw in the application

Search engine giant Google has shutdown its Google+ service after the surface of a massive flaw which is reported to have caused breach in the user data, it is also being suspected that user information like Names, Email address and other information might have been mis-utilized.

This flaw existed in the application since 2015 and somehow Google has missed to fix this for almost 3 years. Since Google+ being not so popular social media platform, experts are estimating the damage might not be as heavy as it looks. However these is no concrete data available to support this statement.

The flaw existed in the API, which allowed any developer to access the private information of the users like Names, Email addresses, Date of Births, Gender etc …

Updated: October 10, 2018 — 11:44 pm

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