Hacker News article Hacker Info source Hacker Info article HackerInfo source HackerInfo article HackerNews title Google has suspended the use of ammonium chloride fertilizers in its new home in Palo Alto due to a security vulnerability in its ammonium salt fertilizer system, Google has confirmed.
Google said the problem was discovered in March and resolved after an audit in May, but the issue is still being fixed.
Google has not revealed the name of the vendor that made the security vulnerability public.
The company has said the issues stemmed from a bug in Google’s software.
Google has not said how many customers were affected, but it said customers in the U.S., Canada and Australia were the only ones affected.
Google’s decision comes amid heightened security concerns over a number of new technologies, including the release of an iOS 7 update that allowed users to remotely access accounts that had been encrypted by Apple.