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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#1392 Google won't fix login page flaw that can lead to malware download
Google has said it will not fix a potential security flaw that could trick a user into downloading malware from its login window.

The company told security researcher Aidan Woods it "made the decision not to track" his bug bounty submission as a vulnerability.

Woods explained on his blog that Google's login screen allows an app or service to redirect to a page after the user signs in.
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#1392 Google won't fix login page flaw that can lead to malware download
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#1389 An unsecured database leaves off-the-grid energy customers exposed
#1388 Google login issue allows credential theft
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