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“Facebook password changed? Malware attack poses as message from Facebook support

by Graham Cluley on April 13, 2011 | Be the first to comment
FILED UNDER: Malware, Social networks, Spam
Repeat after me: It’s ‘Facebook’, not ‘FaceBook’.

Learn that lesson and it can be one of the tricks you can use to protect yourself against a spammed-out malware campaign, which tries to trick you into believing that Facebook support has changed your password.

Computer users are receiving emails claiming that the popular social network has automatically changed their password to secure their account.

Here’s a typical message:

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