Another bug revealed today by Google showed that unhashed passwords were stored for two weeks in Google's infrastructure.
"We recently notified a subset of our enterprise G Suite customers that some passwords were stored in our encrypted internal systems unhashed". Google ended up fine-tuning their hashing system, and those passwords ended up making it to their hashing system.
A portion of Google G Suite business users will need to change their passwords and possibly up their security amid news that passwords were accidentally stored in plaintext.
G Suite offers Google's corporate version of apps like Hangouts, Drive, Docs, and Gmail, and it is developed exclusively for enterprise customers.
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Case in point: Google's announcement on Tuesday that it stored the passwords of some G Suite users in plain text from 2005 to 2019.
This second batch of unhashed passwords was only stored on disk for 14 days, minimizing the bug's impact, and Google said it also didn't see any signs of abuse or improper access for passwords associated with this second bug. "The tool (located in the admin console) allowed administrators to upload or manually set user passwords for their company's users", read the blog.
Frey confirmed that the passwords were stored in encrypted form in the database and that the issue is now fixed.
Most G Suite customers are companies that signed-up for enterprise versions of Gmail, Google Docs, Google Sites, Google Drive, and Google's various other services. The fiasco happened 14 years ago when Google implemented the functionality to recover passwords in G Suite accounts. The company insists that the passwords remained in its secure encrypted infrastructure and were never improperly accessed. This issue has been fixed as well now. If the affected users fail to reset the password, Google will reset the account on the users' behalf as a precautionary measure.