Beware the New Facebook Password Reset Scam
If you get an e-mail that appears to be
from Facebook saying the company reset your password and urging you
to open an attachment, it is a scam.
warned people in a recent blog post to beware of an e-mail
that appears to come from Facebook urging
recipients to open an attachment to get their new password.
attachment contains a password stealer that can
potentially access any username and password combination used on the
computer, not just the login credentials for
"This threat is potentially very dangerous considering that there are over 350 million Facebook users who could fall for this scam," McAfee says. "This is also the sixth most prevalent piece of malware targeting consumers in the last 24 hours, as tracked by McAfee Labs."
Source: http://news.cnet.com/8301-27080_3-20000682-245.html via DHS Daily Cyber Report