A new online phishing scam is targeting Gmail users around the world, security experts have warned. Scammers are tricking customers of Google's email service into clicking on fake links which then let criminals steal their personal information. The scam was detected by Wordfence , which outlined just how it works in a blog post on its website. Victims are targeted via an email to their Gmail account, which may include an attachment or image, and might even come from a contact or company you recognise. When clicked on, this opens a new tab with a page which closely resembles the real Gmail login page, and asks the user to sign in once more.
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