Hackers are targeting Google users' passwords in a new advanced phishing scheme that is difficult to detect and block, security experts at the firm Bitdefender said on Tuesday.
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The attack began a couple of days ago and has managed to spread fast, said Bianca Stanescu, a security specialist at the firm.
"We haven't spotted this type of phishing attack. It's enhanced, usually the security solutions block the webpage for malicious activity before users open it, but this time security solutions receive the encoded content and they can't really block it."