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Malicious website mimicing twitter
You may receive a direct message from one of your friends saying:
Hi, xxx! A new twitter service! Try it, nice one! http://twltter.ru/
Don’t click the link! I clicked and it’s exactly identical to twitter’s own interface. I thought it was twitter so I entered my username/password, but nothing happened. After a few hours I realize this might be a malicious website. So I changed my twitter password.
Social networks make us more connected — but also more vulnerable for virus to spread. Be careful.
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About the author:
Xu Cui is a human brain research scientist in Stanford University. He lives in the Bay Area in the United States. He is also the founder of Stork (smart publication alert app), PaperBox and BizGenius.
He was born in He'nan province, China. He received education in Beijing University(BS), University of Tennessee (Knoxville) (MS), Baylor College of Medicine (PhD) and Stanford University (PostDoc). Read more ...