Wovidz, Fiziibooiks Are Phishing Facebook Websites; Don’t Use Them
Monday, 17 March 2014 The websites www.Wovidz .com and www.fiziibooiks .com are designed to trick Facebook users into giving up their usernames and passwords.
Scammers post fake messages with links that sometimes go viral and when users click on them, they are directed to …
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Source: Wochit Tech - on March 27, 2014
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