Dropbox, Google+ Abused to Send Spam Messages for Dating Sites

Out of all the emails in the world, you wouldn’t expect to find spam in Dropbox or Google+ notifications, would you?

That’s what security researchers from Symantec are reporting, on a new, and quite ingenious spam campaign that utilizes Dropbox and Google+ to deliver (annoying) messages.

Dropbox abused to send spam

When a Dropbox user invites someone else to view a folder, the other person receives a notification via email from Dropbox. Scammers have discov… (read more)
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