Google has warned that a data security breach may have exposed a range of personal data from people’s bank accounts and credit card data to their email and online shopping histories.
The vulnerability is so widespread that Google has been forced to step in to protect consumers, according to a new report by the company.
The problem is the second major one the company has had to deal with this year, after it was forced to recall an Android phone with the malicious software and pay compensation to consumers affected by it.
“Google is taking this very seriously, and we are working to resolve the issue as quickly as possible,” the company said in a statement.
The breach, discovered in April, exposed the personal information of millions of people and affected millions more.
It was not clear whether the attack had targeted Google’s network, but a breach of that type is rare.
Google said that it had contacted people who were impacted by the attack, which was traced back to a Russian website.
The company said that the attackers used an unknown technique to access a bank account, which is usually a more secure way of accessing personal information.
It said that if a bank was compromised and the bank’s account numbers were compromised, it could be used to create fraudulent credit card transactions.
“We recommend all users immediately contact their bank or credit card company to make sure that all credit card information is safe and secure,” the statement said.
“This will also help us identify those affected.”
It is unclear what information the attackers stole from the bank account and what they did with the information.
It is also unclear how many accounts were affected, as Google said there was no indication that the company’s systems were compromised.
The bank that had been compromised has not been named, and the company did not respond to requests for further information.
The issue is a reminder of how vulnerable personal data can be, and how vulnerable businesses can be.
It is also a reminder that many of the world’s most prominent companies, including Google, Amazon, Microsoft, and Apple, are heavily reliant on data stored in online banking systems, which are increasingly becoming the preferred means of payment.