Later, phishing action is back to haunt the citizens Twitter. Performers send trap messages delivered via Direct Message on Twitter.
The cyber criminals are now utilizing URL shortener like bit.ly or t.co the shortener is official from Twitter.
Perpetrators typically send a message with words that bit of fishing, such as 'Funny picture of you', along with a website address that has been shortened.
When clicked, the browser will automatically open a web page that looks like the Twitter site. However, the address is not at Twitter.com look, but tpwitter.com. You can be sure that this is a fake site.