Twitter Phishing Attack
A Twitter phishing attack is spreading rapidly today, attempting to obtain Twitter logins via email. If you receive a message reading “Twitter XXX-XX (numbers)”, and linking to Google Groups, do not click the link.
Users who do click that link and enter their details are inadvertently letting spammers take over their accounts.
If you’re receiving these messages, your account is not compromised, but if you find you’re sending messages, make sure to change your Twitter password immediately.
Attention! We detected that someone was trying to steal your Twitter account password.
We strongly recomended you to download our secure module to protect account!
Please click on the link below:
http://twitter.com/Twitter_security_model_setup.zip (hidden link to Google Groups)
The Twitter Team
If you received this message in error and did not sign up for a Twitter account, click not my account (hidden link to Google Groups)
Please do not reply to this message, it was sent from an unmonitored email address. This message is a service email related your Twitter account, please visit us at Twitter Support (hidden link to Google Groups).