Ed Miliband, Brother of one of Sri Lanka’s critics, David Miliband has fallen victim to a sex scam on the twitter. He seem to have answered to a viral phishing scheme which sends out messages like “this you??” or “hey, i’ve been having better sex and longer with this here” and other sex-related “direct” messages.
Once the victim clicks on the link, he is asked to enter the user name and password. So clueless people like Milibands, enter their information to get better sex. May be he should have asked his brother how to take out frustrations on other people.
So if you get a message on twitter do not click (I know you are better than that) but if you get a message from one of your friends, alert them to change their passwords. Twitter posted this message
“While simply receiving this message does not mean your account is compromised, if you do click through and enter your username and password, you’ll want to change your password. If you’ve received this type of spam from a friend, you may want to alert them to change their password.”
And tell everyone not to be like a Milibands, Premature ejaculation is bad, both in real life and in politics.