Google Drive gets a security update in September — here’s what it means for you

If you’re using Google Drive, you probably received an email earlier this week about a new security update to the file storage and sharing platform. According to the email, “Drive will apply a security update to make file sharing more secure.” True to the promise, the change is a security upgrade for some of the Google Drive files you might have shared in the past. It will make it harder for malicious actors to find shared files that you didn’t want to expose to the public. But it doesn’t change anything about the fundamental security flaws of Google Drive’s link…

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