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Alert blog reader Marco F. sent us this one: Gmail account phishing. The email has all the clean look of Google’s communication style.

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Anyone foolish enough to bite on this and click on the attachment will see the following web page. If you check the attachment source code you can see that it sucks genuine Gmail page elements.

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Genuine that is, except for this:

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The information entered on the bogus page is snatched by a site registered to someone in Sremska Kamenica, Serbia.

A Google search shows that it’s a lovely little town on the Danube.

Thanks Marco.

Tom Kelchner

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