TECH
10/12/2010 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Hackers Hijack Gmail in China

Over the past week, reports from Chinese Internet users indicate that when Gmail is accessed, users are auto-forwarded to a replica site at a different address (http://124.117.227.201/web/gmail/) where they're asked to enter or re-enter their account information. [...] There, they'll face a classic phishing attack which has users giving away login usernames, passwords, and other personal information. China's Gmail has been hijacked.

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