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Submission + - Security Loophole Allows Hackers To Create Phishing Scam Hosted On Google.com

An anonymous reader writes: This is just a proof of concept, but it gets the point across. This looks like a legitimate Google login page hosted on Google.com, but it really could be a phishing site that would steal your login credentials if you enter your account details. How this last part would work isn’t detailed, but what is clear is that the Google.com domain is being abused.
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Security Loophole Allows Hackers To Create Phishing Scam Hosted On Google.com

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