Twitter has been hit by two phishing scams in a week, and is warning users not to click on suspicious links in direct messages
From The Telegraph:
The microblogging site has been hit by a second phishing attack in a week.
Twitter users have been warned not to click links in some tweets, after the microblogging service fell victim to its second phishing attack in a week.
Cyber criminals are using the service to trick people in to giving away their username and password for the site. Users have been receiving direct messages from friends on the site which contain a shortened link. When users click on that link, they are directed to a malicious website, which looks just like the Twitter home page, where they are prompted to enter their login details.
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