Gmail users are falling for this 'fake attachment' phishing scam
A Gmail phishing scam continues to target users, tricking even internet-savvy account holders into handing over personal credentials. The campaign is extremely clever - it sends messages to recipients posing as friends or relatives, and then asks them to click on an attachment. Victims are then taken to a fake Google sign-in page that asks them to enter their login info.
Here is an example of what it looks like
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This is the closest I've ever come to falling for a Gmail phishing attack. If it hadn't been for my high-DPI screen making the image fuzzy…5:54 AM - 23 Dec 2016