Friday, May 22, 2009

List of Facebook Phishing URLs - the latest!

This morning I received a Facebook Message from one of my "trusted friends" with a message to "look at". When I tried to post a message on my friend's wall with the website address, FB blocked or filted the URL from being posted. What I don't understand is why FB can't block the SMTP messages from being sent.

Oh well, here's my current list of FB Phishing website addresses:

XXX sent you a message.

Subject: Hi

"Look at"

To reply to this message, follow the link below:

This message was intended for Want to control which emails you receive from Facebook? Go to:
Facebook's offices are located at 1601 S. California Ave., Palo Alto, CA 94304.


Bryan said...

I just rec'd the same message from a FB friend of mine. Have you found out anything more about HOW someone is able to 'mask' their spam with someone's identity?
That means, somewhere (possibly) I am referring someone to check out a website that I do not endorse!

Unknown said...

Me, too. The giveaway was the 4:21AM time stamp...

Ms. C said...

I just got this and, like a moron, clicked the link. What did I just do, then?

Pearl Pinto said...

Hi I got that one too... and I think there is also another one called ""