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India’s top search engine, Spotify, has been hit by a serious software vulnerability.
The vulnerability has been found by security firm Gartner, and the company says it will fix it in the next few days.
Spotify says that it has identified a flaw in its security model that has allowed attackers to gain access to user data and compromise the service.
Spot, which is owned by Google, said in a statement: We are actively working with the Google security team to resolve the issue.
We are taking steps to make our platform more secure.
We are committed to addressing this issue in a timely manner and have updated our vulnerability disclosure policy to require that our users have been informed of potential vulnerabilities in our platform.
The security flaw is located in the way that Google handles the data that it collects from its users.
Spot has said that it will provide updates to all users on a weekly basis, with the update coming within 24 hours.
In a blog post, Gartners senior vice president of product management, Michael Janssen, said the flaw could have been exploited to launch an attack on an enterprise’s network that would have caused the user data to be leaked.
Janssen said: The vulnerability is not limited to a single endpoint, and can be exploited by any number of different attackers.
As a result, we believe that the affected endpoint could be used to launch a remote code execution attack on the entire enterprise network.
“We have also identified that the vulnerability may have been previously disclosed to the affected end users,” Janssens wrote.
“We are working with Google to notify affected end user to take the appropriate actions.”
Gartner said it was not aware of any attacks targeting the company, and said the company had notified it.
The company is the world’s fourth-largest search engine with more than 7 million active users.