Pictured: Google and parent company Alphabet's corporate headquarters. Researchers recently reported finding security holes in Google's G Suite and Google Drive offerings. (Alex Tai/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)

Google has mitigated a validation flaw in its G Suite and Gmail offerings that could allow malicious emails to bypass even the strictest of SPF and DMARC protections, but the company has not fixed another validation vulnerability in Google Drive that could result in users downloading malware.

Discovered by researcher Allison Husain last April 1, the G Suite/Gmail flaw was found to be the result of a missing verification process during the configuration of mail routes.

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