Hackers have been stealing Google account passwords in a new and better crafted phishing attack that is hard to catch with traditional heuristic detection, according to Bitdefender.
Phishers are again after Google account login details - this time they are trying pass themselves off as the nonexistent "Google+ All Domain Mail Team" and are urging users to participate in a "spam and fraudulent verification" survey: If they don't, the email threatens, they will be considered to be fraudulent users and their email account will be shut down.
In little over a week, a developer selling a security app named Virus Shield on Google Play has managed to earn over $40,000, and the software topped the list of most downloaded new paid apps.
Our research has led us to a fresh Google login clone.
In the wake of the revelation that Microsoft has accessed a blogger's Hotmail account in order to discover the identity of an employee who leaked company trade secrets, TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington took to his blog and stated that he was "nearly certain" that, a few years ago, Google accessed his Gmail account for the same purpose.