Microsoft's security team just tweeted a handy link, educating users about the dangers of phishing.
Hmmph. Interesting timing...
Just two days ago, Skype (which, you may know, is owned by Microsoft) had its Twitter account, Facebook page and blog hijacked after Syrian Electronic Army hackers phished password information from one of the company's social media team.
To pour salt into the wounds, it was Microsoft that the hackers had a poke at with their mischievous tweets from Skype's compromised account.
Once Skype had wrestled control of its Twitter account back into legitimate hands, it apologised for the inconvenience.
I guess it's as good time as any for Microsoft to help internet users learn how to spot a phishing attack. I hope they shared that advice with their colleagues at Skype as well.
Oh well, better late than never I suppose.