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by Graham Cluley on April 19, 2011 | Be the first to comment FILED UNDER: Featured, Social networks, Spam Once again Twitter users are finding themselves hit by a fast-infecting attack, more commonly encountered by their Facebook-using cousins: a rogue application spreading virally across the network.

Thousands of Twitter users have fallen into the trap of allowing rogue third-party applications access their Twitter accounts, believing that it would tell them how many people have unfollowed them.”

 

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