Phishers are up again with a new target i.e. “your Twitter password” — Several Twitter users received an scam email saying you’ve a received a Direct Messages with a link that redirect to a site masquerading as the Twitter front page. If you didn’t look at the URL of this false Twitter page, then you might not have noticed that it was actually just a page on the domain http://twitter.access-logins.com which was also faking Facebook’s front page.
Twitter Blog reports “we immediately reported the offending domain and warned our friends at Facebook. The site is now on OpenDNS’ and Google’s reported phishing lists.”