The Wall Street Journal reported in a recent report that a serious loophole had existed on its social networking site Google+ for years and threatened the calculations of hundreds of thousands of users, and ended up recognizing and taking action by Google’s parent company, Alfabet.
The Wall Street Journal pointed to a serious security vulnerability on the social networking site Google+ between 2015 and 2018 and that the gap presented the accounts of 500 thousand users at risk, and strange that Google has learned this for some time but reveal it because of fears that damaged reputation.
Google’s parent company, Google, has acknowledged the existence of the vulnerability, saying it has not found any indications of hackers’ use of it. The company has decided to close its social networking site for ordinary users gradually and in the summer of 2019, For companies and institutions.
The Google+ social networking site launched in 2011 has not achieved any success and is considered one of the biggest failed projects for Google.