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The Purpose of this post is to ALERT you that the job you are about to apply for or may have applied FOR or is CONSIDERING APPLYING FOR is FRAUDULENT.

These job postings are an attempt to lure you into cashing counterfeit checks and have you wire funds via Western Union or MoneyGram. Essentially You Become A Money or RePackage Mule.

The identity of an individual or entity have been stolen along with fund from their bank accounts. You are being recruited to wire transfer these funds either by WESTERN UNION, MONEYGRAM, into your bank, a DOMESTIC BANK or FOREIGN BANK ACCOUNT

  1. Understanding The Cyber Theft Ring
  2. Money Mule Explained
  3. Protecting Yourself Against Money Mule
  4. by Brian Kerbs
  5. Interview With A Money Mule
  6. ~ Historical Money Mule Sites



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Organization:  Microsoft Hosting


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Beware of “Social Security” Facebook Phishing Scams

This article was posted on HELP NET SECURITY site and we thought it add tremendous value to our site since we’ve been seeing more and more of facebook scams lately.

Beware of “Social Security” Facebook Phishing Scams

Posted on 01 July 2013
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Hijacked Facebook Fan Pages are a great asset to online spammers and scammers, so it’s no wonder that at any given time there are a number of active phishing campaigns aimed at their administrators.

Symantec researchers shared a particularly well-executed one that tried to trick users into believing that a new, mandatory verification process for Fan Pages has been instituted by Facebook (click on the screenshot to enlarge it):

The phishing page – titled “Ensuring Social Security” and hosted on a server in the United States – claimed that any Fan Pages that are not verified before 30.05.2013. would be shut down.

When the victims submitted the asked for Fan Page name, email address, password, and security code, they would be informed that the Fan Page is being verified and they will be notified within 48 hours when the process is completed.

“The fake application site was designed to look like an official application site,” the researchers noted, adding that the phishers also took care to use SSL, so that the page would look legitimate and trustworthy.

This particular campaign was active in May, but users should do well to be on the lookout for similar ones all the time.