Beware of the Facebook Password Reset Confirmation Malware

These days lots of malware have been found to target the brand name of Facebook and are fooling the users. The malwares namely Bredolab, Zbot and Adware are making the users to install banking password stealing malware and adware on their systems.

The message of the email claims to arrive from “The Facebook Team”, but in fact, the spam is spoofed and not from the team at all. The mail looks like as follows:

“Because of the measures taken to provide safety to our clients, your password has been changed.
You can find your new password in attached document.

The Facebook Team”

The email contains an attachment along which is in fact the malware like

So if you get to read this in your inbox then you know what to do. Just believe the fact that Facebook never sends any email to its users, so if you happen to receive one, just delete it without opening the attachment.

2 Replies to “Beware of the Facebook Password Reset Confirmation Malware”

  1. hi i m using eset nod 32 security from more than 1 year(pirated version)
    but from some time license expired alert & maximum protection not ensured(wauclt.exe )is coming while my frnds are using it .is there any fix for it.or suggest any better free is working fine.

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