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  1. Google Docs will now confirm if someone you tag is out of office Multi-user document collaboration is about to get a little bit more organized with work calendars, as the latest update to Google Docs for G Suite/Workspace subscribers is a warning if a coworker is out of office when tagged by a comment. The update was confirmed in an official Google Workspace blog post and should really help prevent passive-aggressive emails probing why a coworker or colleague hasn’t seen an update or comment within Google Docs. So when you attempt to tag someone
  2. Google Docs bug could have allowed hackers to hijack screenshots Google has addressed a bug in its feedback tool incorporated across its services that could have allowed attackers to view users’ private docs. Google has addressed a flaw in its feedback tool that is part of multiple of its services that could be exploited by attackers to take screenshots of sensitive Google Docs documents by embedding them in a malicious website. The vulnerability was discovered by the security researcher Sreeram KL, he demonstrated how to exploit it to hijack Google Docs screen
  3. Security researchers detected several phishing campaigns that leveraged a Google Docs Form to target users’ Microsoft credentials. Cofense observed that the phishing emails originated from a compromised email account with privileged access to financial services provider CIM Finance. By using CIM Finance’s website to host their phishing emails, the malicious actors ensured that their messages could bypass popular email security checks including DKIM and SPF. The emails themselves masqueraded as notifications from the IT team informing recipients that they ne
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