There’s a new phishing scheme targeting Gmail users. Unlike other phishing sites, this attack will come in an email from someone already on your contact list. The phish is connected to the attachment and launches a near identical Gmail login page when it’s clicked on. Here's what to look for:
Notice the data:text/HTML that precedes the HTTPS. This is a phishing site! If you come across this, do not enter your username and password and close out of your browser immediately. If you have fallen victim to this attack, change your password right away.
There are a couple things that you can do in order to protect yourself from this kind of attack. When a website loads, look for the Green HTTPS lock in the address bar of your browser as shown in the image above. One of the best ways you can protect your credentials is by using two-factor authentication. For more information on two-factor authentication, be sure to visit: https://www.google.com/landing/2step/
Phishing schemes are becoming more sophisticated. Remember to “think before you click!”
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