Beware: Instant Message Gmail Phishing Scam Going Around
"lol check this out http://tinyurl.com/dgk9dl" That was an instant message we received about 20 minutes ago from an LA Derby Dolls player. Minutes later, local business consultant/comedian Francisco Dao of The Killer Pitch e-mailed us and his friends with a warning not to fall for it. We decided to click just to see what happens: it led us to a page asking us for our gmail password. Oh hell no, don't do it. And if you did fall for it, change your password fast! So far, what we know is that it will IM all your friends asking them to click on the link. Any other damage reports out there?