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You Have Blocked or Disabled Your Facebook Account Malicious Email

The e-mail message below was sent by cyber-criminals to trick Facebook users into clicking on a malicious link, by claiming that the Facebook users' accounts have been disabled. The e-mail then claims that the users can enable their accounts by clicking on the malicious link. Do not click on any of the links in the e-mail message and delete it if you receive it.
You Have Blocked or Disabled Your Facebook Account Malicious Email
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You Have Blocked or Disabled Your Facebook Account Malicious Email


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You Have Blocked or Disabled Your Facebook Account Malicious Email

The e-mail message below was sent by cyber-criminals to trick Facebook users into clicking on a malicious link, by claiming that the Facebook users' accounts have been disabled. The e-mail then claims that the users can enable their accounts by clicking on the malicious link. Do not click on any of the links in the e-mail message and delete it if you receive it.

Please continue reading below.

This malicious e-mail message will take you to a malicious website and infect your computer with malicious programs like viruses, Trojans and other malwares served by the Black Hole Exploit Kit, if you click on any of the links in it.

The Malicious and Fake Email Message

You have disabled your Facebook account. You can resume your account at any moment by logging into Facebook with your previous login email address and password. You will then be able to ake advantage of the site in usual way.

Thanks and regards,

The Facebook Team

To reactivate follow the link below:

http://www.facebook.com/ ?sk=welcome

This message was sent to ***. If you don't want to receive these emails from Facebook in the future, please click: unsubscribe.

Facebook, Inc. Attention: Department 414 P.O Box 10006 Alto CA 940905

Although the link in the e-mail message appears as if it points or go to www.facebook.com/ ?sk=welcome, it does not. The link actually goes to one of the compromised websites below that contains the malicious Black Hole Exploit Kit.

The links in the e-mail message may take you to one of the following compromised websites that contain the Blackhole Exploit Kit:

  • findlaterfinefoods.com/wp-content/plugins /akismet/fb_resume.html
  • belpress.org/wp-content/plugins /akismet/fb_resume.html
  • floworldonline.com/wp-content/plugins/ akismet/fb_resume.html
  • manfraca.com/wp-content/plugins/ akismet/fb_resume.html
  • kenko-info.com/wp-content/plugins/ akismet/fb_resume.html
  • elegantparkdresses.com/wp-content/ plugins/fb_resume.html
  • fiberglascu.com/wp-content/plugins/ akismet/fb_resume.html
  • handbags-plus.com/wp-content/plugins/a kismet/fb_resume.html

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