A security researcher at the company Trending News has uncovered an exploit that allows a user to take over a large number of Google News websites.
The flaw allows the attacker to change the way a website displays headlines and even alter the way the article’s content is displayed.
Trending News is a search engine for the popular news aggregator Google News, which is widely used by the tech community.
It is also used by Google and other tech giants to track users’ behavior and to provide links to more useful information.
TrendyNews.com and TrendyNewsTV.com both contain a vulnerability that allows the user to change headlines and insert malicious code into articles.
Trenders News website lists several ways the attacker can change the content of articles.
One such way the attacker could take control of the site is by modifying the headlines.
The first step in this process is to add a script to an article that displays an article title and a text string that the attacker will use to change how the article is displayed:Trendynews.com/html/index.html?id=0%2C0%20%20NEWS%20TV%20+%20Trendy%20News%20-%20news%20script%20The script is executed by an exploit, which executes the code by running it in a browser on the victim website.
He described the vulnerability as a “pretty clever” way of getting around the fact that Google News is only published to a limited number of sites.
The vulnerability has not been reported to Google, but the company said it has been patched in the past.
The exploit appears to work against a large selection of news websites.
However, the number of websites affected by the vulnerability is still small, said Trendingnews.org security researcher Kevin Mitnick.
The number of affected websites is much smaller than the number that could potentially be impacted by the exploit.
Trendingsnews.net and TrendingTrendy NewsTV.net both contain several ways to change articles.
This way of changing a website’s headline is one of the more basic methods.
The article on Trendy News TV’s website is displayed in the top right of the screen:Trendingnewstv.net/?format=jpg,jpg,png,jpeg,png source Wired