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Google: Cyberspies Have Many Eyes, and Some Are Looking at Gmail

June 7, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Google has warned some Gmail users about what it suspects are state-sponsored cyberattacks directed at their accounts. Affected users will see warning messages and will be encouraged to change their log-in info an update their computers. Google hasn’t identified any specific country or government as responsible for the attacks.

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