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I want to publish some demo code on github that deals with a new type of phishing attack. However, I've used a Google-branded sign-in page for the demo. Will this be a problem with copyright or any legal issues?

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    why use a specific company branding? publish a generic template and the person using it can re-brand as they wish – schroeder May 14 at 9:43
  • I wanted to show the 'effeciveness' of the code in a related blog post – theenigma017 May 14 at 9:45
  • Branding is not code. Branding shows the effectiveness of social engineering. That's a completely different matter. – schroeder May 14 at 9:50
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Obviously, Google owns their copyrights. I can't say they will for sure sue you for it, but it's their property and they can make that decision if they choose to.

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