- Laurel Hamrich <email@example.com> Jul 03 07:50PM -0400
I just learned something disturbing today. Apparently Google crawls
everything it can reach, including sql data if not properly blocked by
robot.txt or firewall access control. That means that if you're collecting
things like credit card info or SSN, you need to encrypt it on your server.
Otherwise, it could end up on the web.
Google will not automatically censor private info, so it's up to the
webmasters to take care of it.
Happy 4th to all in the US, and Happy Wednesday to everyone else!
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