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It starts with an innocent message that you think comes from one of your Facebook friends. Below is a classic example of social engineering designed to steal your password. It didn’t take a brilliant hacker to come up with this scam. It just took someone with evil thoughts and no life.
I noticed this message on a friends Facebook page this morning and my experience told me right away that something smelled funny. When I cautiously went to the web page listed via my test machine it all become clear.
First, they try and scare you.
It might seems safe because they only want your Email right?
If you entered your password, it’s time to go to Facebook
and other sites listed before and change it now.
Now, they want to know where to use your name and password.
And finally, you get the final let down.
If you fell for this, you’re not alone. Like most social engineering scams they use fear to throw you off.