<![if !vml]><![endif]>Well, obviously, we have hackers hacking
Gmail accounts. They hack yo wife, hack yo kids, and hack yo
husband. Cause they hackin errbody out here*.
It's easy to hack a Gmail account. You can
Google how to hack Gmail, their own product, and they'll tell
It's all "phishing", you're just trying to
sucker the victim into giving you their information. The following
bits come from one of the Google results for "hack
"Send the '**file name deleted**' file that you
just created to your Victim Via email."
OK, we'll learn how to create that file soon.
"Ask the Victim to try the '**file name
deleted**' software to hack someone else's Gmail account and
somehow convince them to run that software and enter all
information (which includes their Gmail id and password plus Gmail
ID of the victim they want to hack)."
OK, no problem there. Let's create the file.
"Step 1: Download '**file name deleted**'
Software (extract the file to desktop). If your Antivirus deletes
the file, then please turnoff your Antivirus or uninstall it and
try downloading again."
OK, I'm turning off my Antivirus Software to download
your trojan virus, um program. You are so dumb*.
"Step 2: Run
'**file name deleted**' file and enter your gmail account details,
so that the password of your victim can be mailed to
OK, you've convinced me to run the software to hack
someone else's Gmail account and enter all information including my
Gmail id and password..... Wait a minute, are you phishing me? You
are really dumb. For real*.
<![if !vml]><![endif]>Just kidding, you don't have to go through all
If you really want to hack someone's Gmail account
all you have to do is go to the website and run this software and
enter all the information including your Gmail account and password
and.....Wait a minute, are you phishing me?
So there you have it. The way to hack a Gmail
account through phishing.
What if somehow a hacker does get the password to a
Its obvious one of your contact's accounts has been
compromised when out of the clear blue sky you get an email from someone
you know addressed to a handful of people in alphabetic order
around your email address. You know the sender and your Junk Mail
filter lets them through. The email doesn't read like them, you
can't imagine why you'd be on a list with 'those' people, and
there's a link to something you couldn't care less about. Somebody
is just working through the victim's address book one bite at a
If you get the call that you're the one sending
these bogus emails you would want to change your password.
Sign in to your Gmail account. If your password
doesn't work, someone has compromised your account. Get Gmail on
the phone and have them change your password.
If your login works you still need to change your
password. While we're there let's check a few things. We don't want
nobody climbin through yo windows, snatchin yo password up*.
Scroll down, find the Last Account Activity line.
Click "Details." Check the Location box for any activity
outside your area or from a strange IP address. This is a sign that
someone hacked your Gmail. They done left fingerprints and all*.
Check "Change Password Recovery Options"
to make sure there are no strange addresses listed as a recovery
email address. If a hacker places one of his email addresses in
this section, he can recover your password even after you've
Check the "Grant Access to Your Account"
section. Unless you've added an account here, it should be empty.
If someone hacked your Gmail and added themself to your account in
this section they can read your email and send messages from your
address without even needing your password.
It seems that in the sea of Gmail even if you think
you're phisherman, you're a phish. Homeboy*.
You can run tell that*, or not, that's your call,
and that's Cocktail Talk.