Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Fake Facebook e-mail contains Trojan

"A new variant of the Bredolab Trojan horse is attached to a fake 'Facebook Password Reset Confirmation' e-mail, security firm MX Labs is reporting.

Some users are receiving the e-mail from 'The Facebook Team,' according to the security firm. The sender's e-mail address displays 'service@facebook.com.' In reality, the address and sender were spoofed."

Just FYI. I know none of our readers would fall for this one.

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