Google shuts down its social networking service, Google Plus, earlier than expected after a new security vulnerability that has hit 52,5 million users.
It informs the american it giant in an update on his own blog.
Google Plus was given a death blow in October when the company announced that over 500,000 profiles had been available to the intruder from 2015 to 2018.
Sikkerhedsbristen gave access to the users name, e-mail, place of residence, work, gender, and age.
Google stated at the time that Google Plus would be closed to private in august 2019.
But after the new datalæk informs Google that the social network service will be closed in april.
Google Plus should have challenged Facebook, but never came in the vicinity of the competitor's popularity.