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Attackers use LinkedIn to steal data from Facebook Business users.

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Attackers employ LinkedIn to steal data from Facebook Business users 

A phishing campaign dubbed ‘Ducktail’ combines online tracking practices with info-stealing malware to hijack Facebook Business accounts.
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