Wednesday's HOT MIC
On the heels of this morning's Facebook virus hoax, we now have this, which is NOT FAKE NEWS:
That's my techie son's Facebook post and yes, I clicked because it looked like it was from someone I know. (Derp...I should know better.)
Here's what it asks you to agree to if you try to click through:
If you click to open the doc, here's what happens:
Tom's Guide has more:
It's not yet clear what the aim of the phishing scam is, but whatever you do, don't click on that "Open in Docs" button. If you do, change your Gmail password immediately, and set up two-factor authentication if you haven't done so already.
Excuse me while I head over to Google to change my password and then do this:
My apologies to everyone in my address book.