With over 4 billion registered users, it’s no surprise that Gmail is a prime target for malicious actors. Personal Gmail accounts, unlike many business email accounts, often remain active for years; after all, Gmail has been around since its launch in 2004.

To access your Gmail, threat actors aim to compromise your Google account, and they are persistently working on this around the clock. One method they use is exploiting expired cookies. Additionally, some new phishing techniques are remarkably sophisticated. To protect yourself, never open an attachment you’re unsure about. You can hover your mouse over the link to see its destination before clicking.

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