Malicious hackers are spamming out messages claiming to come from MySpace’s support team, informing unsuspecting users that as a “safety” measure their password has been changed.
Of course, the emails aren’t really from [email protected], and users who open the attached file risk infecting their computer with malware.
A typical email looks like the following:
Subject: Myspace Password Reset Confirmation! Your Support
Attached file: password.zip
Hey <[email protected]>
Because of the measures taken to provide safety to our clients, your password has been changed. You can find your new password in attached document.
The Myspace Team.
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