Gmail Users Receive Mysterious Spam Messages From Themselves

You’ve no doubt seen your fair share of spam in your inbox over the years. These days, however, services like Gmail and Outlook.com have sophisticated filters in place that automatically file unwanted messages in the junk bin. That’s why a recent spam incident has left Gmail users scratching their heads.

Read about the mysterious new spam attack which sends users emails in their own names on Forbes.

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