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Google Prank Accidentally Broke Its Security

Google's April Fool's prank this year -- which involved displaying the home page contents backwards -- inadvertently broke the site's security, Ars Technica reports. The prank resulted in Google's homepage omitting a header that prevents click-jacking attacks, leaving users vulnerable to attacks that could have changed their search settings.

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