In Pictures: 9 classic hacking, phishing and socia...
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This con is rampant on Facebook and Twitter and involves a question that piques the user's interest and then directs them to a fake login screen.
In 5 Facebook, Twitter scams to avoid, Sophos’ Cluley notes it is a classic phishing ploy. Social engineers may be looking for your account information in order to send spam, or pose as you in order to pull off a 419 scam like the one mentioned previously.
In Pictures: 9 classic hacking, phishing and social engineering lies