Fake Google+ Invites Making Its Rounds On The Internet

Fake Google+ Invites Making Its Rounds On The Internet

Scammers are leveraging on Google's latest social network to further their cause. According to Internet security vendor Sophos, fake invitations to Google+ have been making their rounds on the Internet. These fake invitations mainly target those eager to join Google's new social network. When the links are clicked on, users are directed to pharmaceutical sites retailing pills like Viagra and Cialis instead of Google+.

The Huffington Post - Are you desperate to get onto Google+, the search giant's new social network? Don't be too desperate: a rash of fake invites are spreading on the strength of user desire.

Of course, the safest way to sign up with Google+ is also the legit way. To find out more about the scam, click here.    

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