Many Gmail users who have been effective in filtering spam in general have become aware these days that strange emails with lines of code consisting of numbers and letters have landed in their inbox.
Although the messages have a sender, but no subject is specified, the preview only shows that a text document is included in the e-mail.
There is a good chance that this could be another malicious phishing campaign, which will affect Hungarian users in a more targeted way than usual. Needless to say, we should not open attachments from emails from unknown senders, as they may contain malicious code. Especially not if such meaningless lines of code appear in the preview.
And what to do anyway: turn it on two-step authentication, which protects us even if malicious people have gotten access to our password. Fortunately, Google will soon default do this setting, but you shouldn’t wait until then.
Source: technokrata by www.technokrata.hu.
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