New Phishing Scams Hitting Facebook Users

Facebook phishing scams simply refuse to die. First, it was, then a series of links with domains ending in ".im", and now links ending in ".at." All of these scams have one thing in common: They're designed to trick you into handing over your Facebook login information and hijack your account.

The AllFacebook blog reports that people are receiving e-mails and messages in their inboxes with links such as "" Clicking it takes you to a fake Facebeook login page. If you enter your information, the site will quickly login to your account and change your password, blocking you from Facebook,. It will then forward a malicious link to all of your friends via your account.