Google Calendar is a cornerstone of the Google Suite, perhaps second only to Gmail itself. Whereas email is constantly plagued by phishing attacks, as of yet, the calendar is a relatively untapped social engineering attack vector. But it’s relatively easy for an attacker to inject a meeting or event into a target’s Google Calendar and use it to exploit them.

If you’ve ever used your Gmail account to book a flight, you probably got a notification a few hours before your flight reminding you about it. Why? Because Google automatically added the flight to your calendar.

While many people would… more

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