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Beware Of “Fake Attachment” Gmail Phishing Scam

Beware of “Fake Attachment” Gmail Phishing Scam

The way this phishing scam works is the attacker creates an email address to disguise themselves as someone you know. Then they send you an email with an attachment, like a PDF or Word doc, that looks legitimate. When you click the attachment to see a preview of it, you get redirected to a Google sign-in page where you enter your credentials. The problem is, those attachments aren’t attachments – as per the discovery of Wordfence. For complete article, click here.

Source: Lifehacker: March 14, 2017

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