Facebook users, there's a new virus out there, according to multiple media reports.
Anti-virus company McAfee Inc. on Wednesday warned the popular social media outfit's 400 million users that a new type of virus is trying to steal, among other things, their bank passwords, media reports say.
Facebook also sent out its own warning about a bogus e-mail -- one that is titled "Facebook Password Reset Confirmation! Customer Support" -- and tells its users to delete it.
According to media reports, the e-mails that Facebook users are receiving tells them that the passwords on their Facebook accounts have been reset. It then asks them to click on an attachment to get new login credentials.
McAfee said Wednesday that clicking on that attachment will trigger the downloading of several types of malicious software, media reports say.
One of the types of software -- or malware -- steals passwords, reports say.