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Sometimes they claim to have found a funny picture of you, say that you look like you’ve lost weight, or that there’s a horrible blog going around about you. Whatever the nature of the disguise used by phishing attacks on Twitter, the modus operandi is always the same. Scammers will send you a message, possibly […]

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Twitter users are being hit today by messages claiming to link to a new app from Twitter which will track your stalkers.However, the messages are really designed to steal your Twitter usernames and passwords.Here’s a typical message that users are seeing: Twitter finally released an app that tracks your “Stalkers” get it here [LINK]If you […]

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The latest phishing attack is striking Twitter users by sending them messages saying that they’re fat. Well, at least that’s how some people will interpret the message that’s being sent via DM (direct message) from compromised accounts: you look like you lost weight in this video.. [LINK] If you’re curious, you might click on the […]

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