Cybercrooks are using compromised Twitter accounts to spamvertise work-at-home scams. The bogus messages appear as both direct messages and regular Twitter updates that attempt to induce users into visiting fraudulent websites punting supposed opportunities to make thousands for little or no effort. The dodgy messages link to …
Scams on the intertubes
What will they think of next?
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