Can You Spot These Social Media Scams?

Social Networks are Favorite Targets of Scammers

Recently some Twitter users have received direct messages that have fake Facebook links. Clicking the fake link could cause you to download malware. Another recent scam involved a fake Facebook notification that indicated the message recipient is in a newly uploaded picture. The message says that the picture is in the attachment. The attachment doesn't contain a picture but malware. Other recent scams include various phishing scams and "like-baiting" (promising free gifts in exchange for clicking the like button).

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