Phishing scam detected in Google Calendar, says cybersecurity expert

  • TECH
  • Thursday, 20 Jun 2019

The criminals reportedly abuse a specific feature of the calendar that adds events and invitations automatically.

If you see an unfamiliar notification on your Google Calendar, don’t be too quick to click on the link.

You could fall victim to a new form of phishing attack, warns cybersecurity expert Kaspersky Lab.

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