On the advisory note research team explain the flaw, and says that the issue began in mid-2013 and has been unmasking the details of people who opted for WHOIS privacy protection ever since. The flaw reveals the names, address, email address and phone numbers of 282,867 Google app users.
Google App users were affected after they renewed their private WHOIS domain registration data. Researcher explains, there were 309,925 domains were registered through Google's partner registrar eNom and found that 94 percent of its users were affected.
After the notification of the issue, Google sent out the following notification to all App users:
Google mentioned that team had fixed the issue. In the statement Google's representative says -
“A security researcher recently reported a defect via our Vulnerability Rewards Program affecting Google Apps’ integration with the Enom domain registration API. We identified the root cause, made the appropriate fixes, and communicated this with affected Apps customers. We apologize for any issues this may have caused.”