March 19, 2014
Phishing begins with an email with the title: “Documents” and a link to Google Docs. By clicking on this link, the usual page to identify ourselves in Google Drive appears. Although we are already identified in Gmail, or in another Google service on our computer, the mania of asking us again and again for the passwords of some online services means that we can ignore this false login page. it does not clarify anything, because, in fact, the link appears within the domain Google.com and with the supposed protection by SSL.
If we identify ourselves with our email and password, the link even takes us to a fake Google Docs document. Meanwhile, our login details have been recorded on the PHP server of the authors of the scam. It goes without saying that the outrages that can be done with someone else’s Google account are varied, ranging from paying for services on Google Play, to using the account to forward spam. It all depends on how much data we have associated with our account.
via This compelling Google Docs scam can steal your Google data.
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