If there is an email in your inbox requesting that you open a Google Doc from somebody, don’t open it. Most Google users are at this point mindful of the phishing email trick that occurred Wednesday, which numerous security specialists called ” sophisticated,” different news sources announced. A day after the attack, Google has revealed another shield to its Android Gmail application.
The phishing trick endeavored to hack a user’s Google account after the user clicks a link that has all the earmarks of being from a confined in person. Google could stop the attack after around 1 million (only 0.1 percent) of all Gmail users had seen one of the emails.
Presently with the Gmail application updates, when a fraud link shows up in an email, Google will warn the users, with an alarm: “The site you are attempting to visit has been distinguished as a falsification expected to deceive you into uncovering budgetary, individual or other delicate data.”
The organization suggests that Google users influenced by the attack change their passwords and report the incident.