There’s A New Scam To Steal Your Gmail Info, And It’s Hard To Catch

March 19, 2014 at 8:58 am Leave a comment

In my articles This Phish Ain’t Byte-ing and No Phishing Here, I warned people about Bad Guys trying to steal their private information using fake e-Mails.

Now with the popularity of Google’s apps on smartphones, there’s a new phishing threat for anyone who has a Google account on their phone or computer. The Huffington Post has a very good article describing a phishing scam targeting people who use gMail, Google Drive, or Google+. Click on this link to learn more:


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