- No Need To Panic

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There have been a few discussions on security lists and forums regarding a wave of spam comments on Facebook that (for the most part) mention a site called There were some theories that this might be some kind of worm attack - however, one of my researchers told me last night that a relative was apparently phished and (not long after) comments such as these started appearing from the relatives account:


As the title states, no need to panic - it's highly unlikely this is anything other than somebody harvesting accounts the old fashioned way then promoting an endless deluge of pill websites. Yes, Phishing sucks - but for now, it doesn't look like is the Herald of the End of Days or anything equally dramatic..

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