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A new wave of spam has hit the popular social network Twitter which pushes advertisements for a free and “proven” antivirus. The link is malicious and the antivirus is fake.
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Two distinct malicious spam campaigns are currently targeting Twitter users and taking them to compromised sites serving rogue AV and scareware software, warns GFI.
The messages are short ("a must see LINK", "young girls are waiting LINK") and are spewed from bot and compromised accounts. Both contain links to a .tk domain.