McAfee has released a consumer threat alert, saying that scammers have been sending emails to the Facebook users saying that the Facebook Password has been reset and the users need to click on an attachment to retrieve it. The attachment is a password stealer says McAfee, which installs when the user clicks on it. Password stealers can access usernames and passwords that are used on that computer, be it for any account (gmail, msn, yahoo or even bank accounts).
The subject line of the mail is “Facebook Password Reset Confirmation! Customer Support.”.
The best thing to do is to delete such a mail when it arrives. Facebook would never reset your password, unless you request for it. Don’t be a victim and let others not be!