These hackers are getting more and more sophisticated and it's damn pretty scary. Now, even some of the most tech-savvy types are falling for their latest ruse. 

Gmail users: Beware.

The latest scam involves hackers sending emails to Gmail accounts that could be under the name of someone who may be familiar to you. It could be a friend, coworker, family member, or whoever's in your address book.

The emails will include an attachment that may be recognizable. The person receiving the email will click on the image, only to be greeted by a new tab to sign into Gmail. Thing is, it looks exactly like a real Gmail page.

Once you've signed in, then they've got your info.

Fox 5 NY says the best way to protect your account is to check the browser bar to make sure you're signing into the correct website. The URL should have the lock symbol, followed by https://.

Now if it's a phishing scam, then you'll see DATA:TEXT/HMTL instead in the browser bar.