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Last year Gmail got an optional redesign but Google has now confirmed this update is being further rolled out in a mandatory update.
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Found an email with an HTML attachment in your inbox? There’s a very high chance it’s a phishing email.
An FBI account sign-up page was practically set up to let an attacker send spam email to thousands of recipients, the attacker claims.
New research by Google and Stanford University reveals which kinds of people are targeted most often by phishing emails.
A new strain of the Qbot malware hijacks email threads and online banking sessions to steal passwords and other credentials, researchers say.