At the end of last week I wrote about thousands of Twitter accounts I had found which were spamming out adverts for a “more followers” website.
Either these users had had their usernames and passwords phished from them, or – in their their hunger for more Twitter followers – they had willingly handed over their credentials to complete strangers. Either way, they were now spewing adverts for dubious online services promising more Twitter followers.
Over the weekend, more Twitter users have fallen victim to the same kind of attack, and I’m seeing evidence of a wider range of websites being promoted, all claiming to offer the ability to increase follower counts.
Sites advertised via the spam tweets include:
There are bound to…
Read more in my article on the Naked Security website.
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