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We received multiple reports earlier today from people who have received direct messages from friends on Twitter asking whether it was them pictured in a photo - with a link included.

We refrained from covering the story in the hope that Twitter would have gained control of the situation but hours later, they are still rife and spreading fast.

The messages might say “is this you in the video?” or “is this you in this picture?” and you’ll be taken to a phishing site looks that looks exactly like twitter.com with a slight tweak on the URL (see screenshot below)...