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How Gmail accounts are hacked… Google research reveals the ways 

Over a period of a year, Google researched ways in which hackers steal users’ passwords to break into their accounts. The research showed that 788,000 login credentials were stolen via keyloggers – which are tools that secretly record every key pressed – 12 million credentials were stolen as a result of a phishing attack, and 3.3 billion credentials were exposed by third-party data breaches.

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