Whoa, so they try to change their look to trick unsuspecting MSN instant messenger user into giving up their user id and password, no? The phising trick is still the same, enter your MSN login id and password and that’s it. You are hacked!
This is what the website looked like. Don’t be fooled. Don’t key in your login user id and password. Who knows what the people behind will use it for. Perhaps to commit fraud or to trick you into giving away your credit card details or perhaps better yet, identity theft. Use your personal details to sign up for credit cards and run up a bill at your expense and ruining your credit reputation at the same time. So, forewarned is forearmed. Be smart and don’t give away your details. Cheers!
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