A Google Docs phishing expedition

Cyber criminals are always on the prowl for passwords and their latest trick on Gmail looks convincing enough to fool most users.

It's child's play to create a Google account, and use the Google Docs facility to host an online form. Maybe you'd want to use it to poll customers' opinions, for instance.

But if you're a scammer - you can equally use Google Docs to phish for passwords and sensitive information.

Here are a few email campaigns I saw spammed out today, attempting to track users into handing over their confidential data.

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