Google revealed that it recently discovered a bug that caused a subset of its enterprise G Suite customers to have their passwords stored in an unhashed — albeit encrypted — form for about 14 years. “This is a G Suite issue users only — no free consumer Google accounts were affected — and we are working with enterprise administrators to ensure that their users reset their passwords,” Google said in a blog post disclosing the security lapse. The internet giant failed to specify exactly how many customers were affected this way. However, it went on to stress that it didn’t find any…

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Google stored some G Suite passwords in plaintext for 14 years
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