Google Translator is the app used to translate texts and emails, it was announced yesterday, but it has since been removed from the Google Play store.
JobClassNulled, or JobClassNull for short, was a job classification in Google Translators version 3.0.
This job class is found in JobClass.java in the google-translate.com/classes folder.
It is a subclass of java.lang.
Class and can be used by any class in Java to define a new class or class template, but in Google’s case, this job class appears in Jobclass.java as a class template that does not exist in the class library.
Job class nulled was discovered by David Haddad, a developer at Google Translations who recently discovered the bug.
The job class was already present in the codebase, but was being deprecated, which is a problem for Google to fix.
It can be found in the “jobclass null” class in GoogleTranslate, but as you can see it has no job class entry point.
Haddad discovered that the job class null was being used to “upload photos and video to social network sites” but was also being used in a job as a method to “update the user’s profile”.
The problem with JobClass null, Haddads research showed, is that it could be used in other ways too, such as as a way to upload an image to the Google Maps app.
The Google Maps job class already exists, it just didn’t exist in a “real world” application, so Google could not remove it.
Google Translated was the only app with this job.
Hendricks research has been published on GitHub.
Jobclass null was added to Google Translation in November 2015, but the feature was removed in June 2016.
In July 2016, Google Translatators official blog announced the jobclassnull.java and JobclassNull was deprecated.
The official blog post also stated that Google will be removing JobClassnull in the near future.
Google has also confirmed that the feature will be removed in the next version of Google Translavers codebase.
Job Class Null will be the last feature added to the Android app that has been modified by Google.