Google's Threat Analysis Group sent 12,000 warnings about state-backed attacks in just three months

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In 90 per cent of the cases, attackers used "credential phishing emails" to steal account credentials

More than 12,000 warnings were sent by Google's Threat Analysis Group (TAG) in just three months to alert users about email attacks traced to state-backed attackers. These warnings were sent fro...

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