TweetMeme, a service which tries to work out which are the most popular links being spread via Twitter, has unfortunately helped spammers overnight promote a make-money-fast “work from home” website.
Thousands of Twitter accounts have been posting messages like the following in the last few hours:
hey everyone you’ve got to check this out I made $560 today so far [LINK]
check out this article! I made $200 today! [LINK]
CNBC7 – Work at home mom makes $6,795/month working part-time from home [LINK]
Clicking on the link takes you to a website called CNBC7, which poses as a genuine news website but was actually registered from China less than a week ago.
As we’ve seen in other scams of this type, the site claims to have been featured in the mainstream media (CNN, USA Today, Fox…
Read more in my article on the Naked Security website.
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