Warning: Fake URLs

According to Websense Security Labs, criminals are seeking to mislead web surfers by flooding the Internet with URLs that include words like FaceBook, MySpace and Twitter.

The fake domains are designed to trick user to enter their sensitive information such as password, bank account details and PIN numbers.

The most common fake sites that the criminals duplicate is FaceBook sites.
Source: PC World


Jeremy on May 22, 2009 at 11:36 AM said...

Facebook has been having major problems with phishing attacks lately. It is killing a lot of people's facebook experience, and I figure if they don't start to crack down on these hackers that Facebook won't last. MySpace had similar issues a few years ago with spam posts and phishing attacks, but they resolved it.

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