Time to update your glibc again
They went on to say that weaponized exploits that successfully execute malicious code are "possible, but not straightforward" since they require the bypassing of address space layout randomization and other protections designed to make software more resistant to attacks. To prevent the vulnerability from being exploited maliciously, Google researchers aren't releasing the more advanced exploit they developed. The previously mentioned proof-of-concept attack merely crashes an application so users can figure out if it's vulnerable.
Doesn't sound like I should sell all my stock and hunker down in my country cabin with 2 years worth of supplies just yet.
TDWTF Google+ page already shared this days ago.
... as you know because EVERYBODY uses Google+! It's so popular!
If I had something that I wanted to keep a secret, but still have plausible deniability, I'd use Google+ too. Perhaps that's why someone set it up in the first place.