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In my case, there's no evidence of a breach and Google likely has bigger fish to fry -- I can't expect the team to launch a forensic investigation to track down my low-volume tormenter.
Then, it signs up that address for newsletters and websites, likely as a way of lifting your account credentials to use in further mailbot attacks.
Mailbots also pose a danger if the link you click looks legit, but really isn't.
Thankfully, I didn't see these telltale mass deletions in my mail folders. "A mailbot can be as simple as sending a notification that a new blog post has come out," said Stu Sjouwerman, CEO of security awareness training company Know B4.
(Infamous hacker Kevin Mitnick serves as their "Chief Hacking Officer.") But the same kind of automation that's used for convenience can also orchestrate a scam that cycles through variations of email permutations until it latches onto a valid address.
My Gmail inbox is a clean, spam-free place, and I like to keep it that way.