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There’s a new Gmail phishing attack going around, and it’s fooling everyone

Phishing attacks usually involve bad spelling, obviously fraudulent URLs, or attachments that no one in their right mind would open. Good cyber criminals know that the public is getting wise, which is why their methods keep on getting sneakier.

Take this new method, for example: It’s been making the rounds for a few months now, but is just now coming to light as those affected realize what’s happened. It’s sneaky, effective, and even those who know their stuff are falling prey.

If you don’t use Gmail then you don’t need to be worried about this attempt to steal your credentials—it’s only targeting Gmail users.

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