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

Huffington Post:

Warning: If you receive an email with the subject "Documents," and it directs you to a webpage that looks like a Google Drive sign-in page, do not enter your information.

It's likely a new phishing scam, in which a thief creates a fake portal that asks for people's private information and then steals it. (Netflix recently faced a similar issue.)

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gizmig2861d ago

Think smart and then only proceed further.

StockpileTom2861d ago

Yes, DkSII. lol

I do miss the creative... messages from the series. It is good to see it start up again. My favorite would have to be a message on blacksmith Ed's bed in Demon's Souls that read "Sticky White Stuff"

PirosThe4th2860d ago

I read Sticky White stuff then next to it was like Eww Nasty guy

kingPoS2860d ago

People still blindly open url redirects from email?