Add “This you????” to direct messages via Twitter to avoid, or suffer the same fate as those who clicked on message with “lol, is this you,” “Lol. this is me??,” “lol , this is funny,” or anything similar, as the phishers are at it again, according to IT-security firm Sophos, as reported by Mashable.
Just like the attacks reported earlier this week, clicking the links brings users to fake Twitter pages that swipe their login information and use compromised accounts to send spam messages.
Sophos shared a video on the phishing attacks: