TECH BYTES: Phishing attacks on Facebook

May 22, 2009 9:05:38 AM PDT
In Friday's Tech Bytes, there's a new wave of phishing attacks hitting social networks. Facebook was hit with a scam to direct users to a fake Facebook page which steals log on information. The site would also download malware onto computers. Twitter users have experienced similar attacks. Experts advise users to stay away from any link that looks suspicious or requires an additional login.

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