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Message on Twitter indicating that someone speaks ill of us, hook to steal our profiles

Message on Twitter indicating that someone speaks ill of us, hook to steal our profiles

On Twitter, as in real life, there are people with good intentions, but there are also people with bad intentions who set their traps so that at the slightest mistake, the rest of the users fall and we are hurt. Precisely Twitter users have to be careful if a message arrives that indicates that someone has spoken ill of us, a message that must be accompanied by a shortened URL.

We can already intuit what can happen to us, and that is that if we ignore and let ourselves be carried by this link, without taking into account the addresses we are going to, it will lead us to a false page on Twitter that will tell us that our session has finished and that we have to identify ourselves again, which will cause us to hand over our access data to the details of the trap.

That is why we must be extremely careful, especially with links, whether they come to us by email, by private message or by other means, to avoid falling into traps and stealing our profiles. And by the way, Twitter does not manage to close sessions, something that is usually typical in services such as webmails before a period of time of inactivity.

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