Ian Sherr reports:
Ever had a day where you just wanted to shout, “You had one job“?
The latest company to earn the rebuke is Netherlands-based antivirus software maker AVG, whose “Web tuneup” add-on for the Google Chrome browser promised to protect you from surfing to unsafe sites on the Internet. It turns out the software also exposed your browsing history and other personal data to any would-be hacker who knew how to grab it.
The problem has been fixed, but it’s unclear how many of the 9 million people who use the software might have had their information stolen.
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