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Google Leaks Whois Data for Over 282,000 Protected Domains

If you are using Google Apps, registered your domain name through Google and using WHOIS Privacy, continue reading. You're information might be open.

"Private information belonging to 282,867 domains registered through the Google Apps system became publicly available, exposing it to risks ranging from spam to identity theft.

Google Apps offers business organizations the possibility to purchase domain names from one of Google’s partners, benefits consisting in easy setup and management of the associated services.

Only records of renewed domains have been leaked. The domains have been registered through registrar eNom and security researchers said on Thursday that the number of records leaked represented about 94% from a total of 305,925."

Continue reading: http://news.softpedia.com/news/Google-Leaks-Whois-Data-for-Over-282-000-Protected-Domains-475710.shtml

According to NeedName.com, ID Protect is a tool to shield your information against phishing attack, domain identity theft, spammers and scammers. QUE.COM.20150316.Google-Leaks-Whois-Data-for-Over-282-000-Protected-Domains-2

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