“The Google Docs phishing incident left a lot of security vendors scratching their heads,” HigBee explains. “This was simple granting of permissions, not malicious attachments or links and it represents the future of phishing. Many apps already ask for permissions so the request won’t be seen as unusual when used in phishing.”
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