Gmail has distinguished up with a new issue on last Sunday morning. Where Some users reported to Gmail help forum about the issue that they are receiving the spam ads from there own accounts even they have enabled two-factor authentication.
Most likely Gmail is effective mail based customer in view of spam discovery among from its rivals- Yahoo and Hotmail.After this addition, it appears as though something isn’t running right with Gmail this time.
According to the Mashable reports, this time spammers are using another strategy to surge the spam messages. The spammers used forged email headers to make them appear as though they came from users via a Canadian telecommunications company called Telus, in order to get the messages past spam filters. Since the messages gave off an impression of being originating from the same user, Gmail filed the message into affected users’ sent folder.
“The subject of the emails is weight loss and growth supplements for men advertisements”
Where Telus release the press statement in the wake of getting the news and specify the issue:
Prior to our receipt of the statement, Google employee Seth Vargo tweeted in reply to one such complaint that the company’s “engineering teams are aware of this and are working on a resolution
Hey Alex, thanks for letting us know. Our engineering teams are aware of this and are working on a resolution 🙂
— Seth Vargo (@sethvargo) April 22, 2018
After numerous users report and answered to the Mashable post on Gmail Help forum about a similar issue and Google also admitted that only small subset Gmail group is targeted from the spammers. They have released the statement in the help center and can be read here: