Verified Twitter accounts hacked to send fake suspension notices

Lawrence Abrams reports:

Threat actors are hacking verified Twitter accounts to send fake but well-written suspension messages that attempt to steal other verified users’ credentials.

Read more at BleepingComputer about how they tested the phishing scam and found that it was using Twitter’s API to verify that they user was actually inputting their true/accurate credentials.

Scary, huh?

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