|Fraudsters have forged Facebook|
|Thursday, 03 December 2009 00:00|
The network has a fake page of popular social service Facebook, designed to intercept personal data of users.
malicious sites found a laboratory for the detection and analysis of malware PandaLabs, which is part of Panda Security.
According to experts, the content and the URL of fake web pages are similar content pages of real service. For this reason, users are willing to enter your name and password, unaware of the forgery.
After this page is an error, which should alert and warn the user that he is at a dangerous site. Image of such an error can be seen on the link: http://www.flickr.com/photos/panda_security/tags/fakefacebook/. All data entered on this page to get into the wrong hands, after which the latter can take any action with the user’s account, including publication of the messages, spam, malicious links, etc.
In connection with the these specialists PandaLabs advises users not to follow links contained in emails from unknown senders, carefully check whether the URL, where personal data are entered, this page is Facebook (www.facebook.com), because the fake Web sites often have similar addresses where a wrong can be only one letter.
If you inadvertently personal data have already been introduced on a suspicious site, you should immediately go to the real page of the service and change your password.