People took to Twitter to apologize to their contacts for the messages and advise against clicking on the links. Microsoft said the app's security wasn't compromised.
Don't go looking in the app. You need to *call* Amazon.
A Google spokesperson said the company has disabled the accounts where the hack originated. The attack affected fewer than 1 million accounts, it said.
Reuse & recycle.
From Easy Cheese to red velvet cake, here's what the French think is kinda strange about American food.
Not all spammers.
Closet spam lovers, arise!
Start stretching your stomach now — the Minnesota State Fair just announced its new foods for 2016, and they're nuts.
Consider yourselves warned.
What have you done, Hrithik?
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"Please do not read this or you will be kissed next Friday!"
Dinner is served.
A few things about being from Hawai'i that need some clearing up...
You might just learn something about yourself. Like that you're a bot. You never know.
Embedded Facebook comments, meant to make stories more social, have become the latest breeding ground for internet cons.
Join Labour to pursue democratic socialism and take part in a direct marketing experiment.
It's actually pretty simple and you can do it in about five minutes.
Only a true hero starts the day with Spam.
It even snows.
"Authentic Cheap Nike Shoes."
Tired of wading through a swamp of pointless email, I decided to rank it all according to its usefulness. The results were shocking.
Yes, that Spam.
BCC saves lives. Or at least your sanity.
Plus 16 Snapchat captions you can't resist laughing at, 5 insane revelations from Mike Tyson's new book, and "stuffing waffles" are here to win Thanksgiving.
The spammer behind @CelebPhoneNo explains exactly how — and why — you're getting added to so many Twitter lists.
Grab a lined trashcan before continuing.
Well, I guess if you're gonna spam, you may as well spam all the way.
"The latest news, informations and rumors." Meet the internet's most whimsical tech blog.
STAY AWAY FROM MY JOKE ACCOUNTS. Twitter's spam crackdown is coming dangerously close to taking the fun out of tweeting.
A few weeks ago Aol canned most of the AIM team. Including, apparently, the people who stop spam. (24/m/NYC, in case you were wondering.)
Who is the person behind the spam? One man's short, sweet, and strange relationship with the woman who tried to sell him questionable Viagra.
So don't click on this if you see it on Facebook. Amy Winehouse and Osama bin Laden, aside from their lovely singing voices, now have a fake death video in common.
Austin James of American Majority gives tea party activists tips on how to spam up the internet. The footage was shot at the 2009 American Liberty Tour.
YES. Whoever you are, Alex. A thousand times yes.
Spam is suddenly dying off, like fish and birds.
Were we quick to judge?
An agency thought of a clever way to give out a Christmas bonus (with a budget of $10,000) to its clients.
Irreverent buttons boasting some of the best misspelled filth to ever hit your inbox.
Save us Spam Police.
Artist Elliot Burford illustrates the titles of spam emails with simple little cartoons.
For Obamaphiles and sushi lovers who've read Bottomfeeder: spam sushi!