Live Account Phishing over MSN

Beware of unexpected instant messages from your contact list that contain a link to the domain. I received one that looked like this: http://[friend's name] It’s a website that asks for your MSN e-mail and password, disguising as “PICS FOR MSN FRIENDS.” If you login, your account information will be compromised.

Their website includes the following terms:

We may temporarily access your MSN account to do a combination
of the following:
1. Send Instant Messages to your friends promoting this site.
2. Introduce new entertaining sites to your friends via Instant Messages.

Basically, you are giving them access to your MSN account to spam your friends. I strongly discourage the use of the sites.

Link: – DO NOT enter your email or password at their website. This link is provided so that you can recognize it.

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