Hello, we are hearing about a new email scam making the rounds and want to keep you informed.
- A new Gmail phishing attack is using legitimate emails and attachments from people you know to trick you into clicking on a message.
- Clicking on the fake attachment directs victims to a fake Google login page. The only way to tell it isn't real is to look in your browser's address bar: Fake sites are preceded by data:text/html instead of something like https://accounts.google.com.
- If you use Chrome for Firefox browser, you can also look for the green padlock or word Secure in the top URL bar. or
Read the source artilce here: goo.gl/tB5WLt
Your ISD 477 Technology Team
Princeton Public Schools