Dan Goodin wrote a good article
on TheRegister.co.uk about the titled issue.
This is not really a new vulnerability. Stuarty
first submitted this frame injection/redirect to our archive on July 2007. It is also known for more than 2 years as a method to hijack Google accounts.
Nevertheless, Adrian 'pagvac' Pastor from the GNUCitizen
team provided a great demonstration
on how attackers/phishers can exploit this bug to steal users' cleartext authentication credentials with a fake Google account login page.
"The result is this page, which allowed him (at time of writing, anyway) to display a fraudulent Gmail login page that displayed mail.google.com in the browser's address bar." !!!DO NOT ENTER YOUR CREDENTIALS!!!
After a long long time...
"A Google spokesman said company security pros were looking into the reports."
C'mon Google security team! Please fix this bug for once again in record time!
More Google frame injections and open redirects HERE
Thanks again to Adrian and Aviv for throwing light on this issue! ;-)