Another trick using fake Facebook emails to redirect users to their page

WARNING:Do you have any idea how hackers hack your Facebook? Yes, one of their methodology is using fake emails, pretending notifications from Facebook. Recently, a wave of fake emails from Facebook has surfaced. It alert the users saying that they have pending notifications. However, the emails direct users to a Canadian pharmacy website where they can purchase Viagra and Cialis.

Sophos’ Naked Security blog reported on the spam emails, saying that they are very similar to actual Facebook emails, and that the spammers are likely earning cash for every user they drive to the Toronto Drug Store site the links contained in the email currently point to, as well as to other sites those links can potentially redirect users to.

Have you received similar emails? Get more idea on this post to protect yourself.


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