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Gmail Password Phishing


This morning I found a letter in my mail:
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In fact, this letter does not have any files attached, it just has 6 links (View, Download...), and they lead to the same address: http://95.211.83.65/~ru1/account.googlemail.com/viewer/13083e7f5f2c0890&
mt/0AgIDhQrUEZCMdGc0ejVXZGZpb1FrbWo5cmc2ZVZOalE/[email protected]

First I got to fake Google Docs with the message "document cannot be displayed", and then I was redirected to fake Google Account, where I was asked to enter a password. I guess for my own safety :). After I entered “screw you”, I got to the third fake page of docs with a list of some components.

Conclusions:
1. Out there could be some phishing that at first you will not be able to figure it out, especially on a mobile device with no status bar that displays the real links.
2. Less experienced users could be easily caught in that net.
3. So it would be a good idea to tell your colleagues about Gmail password phishing.
Papay 27 november 2012, 17:05
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