Google Admits Some G Suite Passwords Have Been Stored In Plaintext Since 2005

Google Admits Some G Suite Passwords Have Been Stored In Plaintext Since 2005
Google has announced that it has begun to notify administrators about how some passwords were inappropriately stored on its servers. Google says that its policy is to store user passwords with cryptographic hashes that mask passwords to ensure their security. However, Google recently notified a subset of its enterprise G Suite customers that

Source: Hot Hardware – Google Admits Some G Suite Passwords Have Been Stored In Plaintext Since 2005

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