Twitter Phishing Scam: Don't Get Played
There's yet another Twitter phishing scam going around. This time it comes in the form of a direct message askin, "Hi! Is this you on here?" with a shortened url. (I'm attaching an example of the Twitter direct message phishing scam from my own account)
If you click on the url, you're taken to a phishing site. Divulge nothing. Also, check your account to see if it's already been pwned. Upon reading this, you should be changing your Twitter password, and don't give it out to any site you don't trust.
Twitter has been informed of the scam, though this is the second time I've seen it. Remember: if it looks like spam, it probably is.