If you recently clicked a Google email, you may have been hacked. On Thursday, cyber security experts warned of a new scam attempting to steal people’s login credentials. Crooks are using the Google Docs comment feature to send malicious links in emails to people. When someone clicks on a link, they’re prompted to enter their Google account username and password. Attackers could then use these credentials to gain access to other online accounts, such as social media profiles. According to the researchers from Avanan, a New York-based email security firm, the attack has targeted at least 500 inboxes since December.…
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