It looks like Twitter users were hit by a two-phase attack over the past week, fueling expert claims that Twitter is in criminals sights as a ripe place to execute “for-profit,” attacks.
>>Last week, about 13,000 Twitter users get fooled into giving up their user names and passwords. At first it appears to be a worm but after some study, experts realize Twitter users were victims of a phishing attack.
>> Over the weekend, Twitter users get messages to check out “Best Video.” Video site is really the home for a malware attack. Link takes users to a PDF file riddled with exploits.
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