Google+ has been the latest target of the hackers, for the first time in a scam, which involves fake invites to the service.

The invites are spreading through e-mails and it looks very similar to the actual invites.

This sort of scams are popular with product launches and mostly recently we’ve seen a similar phishing scheme involving Google Music invites.

The spammers are no doubt hoping that the email will be too hard to resist for many people eager to see Google's new social network, although just how many will be tempted to buy drugs online is a mystery, said Graham Cluley, Sophos senior technology consultant.

So while you hurry to accept the new networking site’s invite, be careful before you click in any invite links and make sure its coming from a legitimate source.

If you click on this fake invites link, you will land up in a page which send you penis enlargement product.