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Reset your Facebook password – and visit WikiPharmacy!

Using phony Facebook emails to draw recipients to pharmacy websites is not a new trick. But this is no ordinary Viagra shop – it’s the WikiPharmacy! The phony Facebook emails and the pharmacy destination are shown below:

Not surprisingly, the links in the emails above lead to compromised websites. These unknowingly host redirects to the WikiPharmacy (!).

Password Email text:

You recently requested a new password for your Facebook account. It looks like we sent you an email with a link to reset your password 3 ago. This is a reminder that you need to complete this action by clicking this link and Confirm or Cancel your request.

If you have any other questions, please visit our Help Center.

Thanks,

The Facebook Team

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