ITProPortal recently published an article about a privacy problem that has been discovered in Google Drive. Entitled “Leaky Google Drive lets private data slip,” the article provides insight into the recent security flaw in shared links found in Google Drive.

An excerpt from the article:

“The flaw posed a risk to files that included a clickable URL, which, when someone clicked on the embedded hyperlink, would issue a website link to the third-party website owner… The fault is not dissimilar to a Dropbox hyperlink disclosure vulnerability, which led to the exposure of personal documents contained on the cloud storage provider.”

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