While security breaches related to Google products make great headlines, the all have one thing in common. The user’s identity was comprimised. In some cases, users had passwords that were easy to guess given publicly available information. In other instances, users downloaded malware from infected web sites that let hackers read the usernames as passwords.
This week, Google provided Google Apps Premier and Education Edition admins a new tool against this threat.
Administrators can now reset sign-in cookies from the Control Panel. So, even if users have the “Stay signed in” box checked, the next time to open Google Apps, they will be forced to login. In doing this, Admins can reset the sign-in status of all users and prevent accidental access.