"Did you see this funny pic of you?". A new variant of Twitter direct message Spam which leads to a phishing attack.

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I have already posted on the several twitter spams which is spreading as twitter direct messages and how it leads to a phishing attack. Today I am discussing about a new variant of Did you see this pic of you ? Lol or tvitter.com spam. The new spam is spreading as Did you see this funny pic of
you? Twitter direct message.

Before we continue I strongly recommend you to read about Did you see this pic of you ? Lol and Have you seen of You Spams.

I strongly believe this is a new variant of old Did you see this pic of you ? Lol or tvitter.com spam. The only difference you can find is a change in the domain name.

There is no surprise in that because when we discussed about Have you seen of You spam or twlilter.com , I already said that tvitter.com is no more available or removed. This particular spam is much similar to the tvitter.com because in this spam also they have used the exact same interface and methodology of tvitter.com.

The shortened url will lead to a fake twitter page twitteril.com , which says your session has expired and please login again. Strategy is same as in both tvitter.com and twilliter.com but you can see the interface or the webpage used is exactly same as tvitter.com spam.

After collecting the entered user login credentials it shows an 404 error message and redirects you to the original twitter home page. Same as tvitter.com or Did you see this pic of You? lol spam. The page and message used is exactly the same.

Let me conclude with the domain registration details of http://twitteril.com.
Of course the details are fake but one thing you can find in common in tvitter.com ,twlilter.com and twitteril.com is that they all are registered from Shang Hai China.

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