The latest Gmail bug that affects users across the globe is being dubbed “Google’s Googlebot”.
This is a very serious bug, but Google’s engineers are currently working on a fix.
Google has not confirmed if the bug is a security bug or a new one introduced by Gmail, and they haven’t been able to confirm if it affects Gmail users in other countries.
“The bugs in Gmail are the latest in a series of issues that are affecting Google’s users across various products,” a Google spokesperson said in a statement to Reuters.
“Google is committed to making our services safer for our users, and we are actively working to improve the security of all our services.
We’ve made a lot of progress on this, including adding new tools to help us keep our services secure.”
Google has been working on improving its security for several years.
It introduced Googlebot, a new way of detecting malicious code, in July 2017.
Googlebot can detect malicious code and use it to block it from being run.
Google now uses Googlebot to detect malicious email and text messages sent to Google+ users.
Google’s Gmail is also vulnerable to a new attack, dubbed “Gmailbot”.
Google has not been able a confirm if Googlebot is a new issue or a security issue, and Google has yet to respond to a request for comment.