Grammarly says it corrected sign-in vulnerabilities after alert from cyber researchers


Grammarly, a well-known typing helper, announced that it has resolved vulnerabilities that were impacting user logins following notification of the problems by a security firm.The flaws were related to implementations of Open Authentication (OAuth), a standard protocol, and they impacted social sign-in, which is the process by which a user accesses a web service using their current login credentials for a platform such as Facebook or Google.

Experts at Salt Security reported on Tuesday that they had notified the corporations of the issues they had found in a number of apps, including Grammarly and the Indonesian video streaming service Vidio.x000D A Grammarly representative expressed gratitude to Salt Security for informing the firm of the problems. Every day, over 30 million individuals utilize the AI tool to check their spelling, grammar, and punctuation.

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