Sex and social media is a dangerous mix abused by cyber criminals to hit a large number of users of most popular social networks. In the last couple of years the number of illicit activities on the social networks is sensibly increased, malware based attacks and phishing are the most common type of attacks. A new clickjacking scam campaign is causing serious problems to Facebook users, attackers are spamming Facebook timeline with a friend’s picture with the message
“See (Friend)’s naked video,”
“(Friend Name’s) Private Video.“
“The latest attempts by hackers to infiltrate your computer feeds off of voyeuristic curiosity many have regarding their friends on Facebook.”wltx reports.
“When the link is clicked, users are sent to a very realistic-looking mockup of a YouTube page, where the hackers will try to immediately install the Malware Trojan.”
“International anti-virus company Bitdefender reports that the Malware, “Trojan.FakeFlash.A,” jumps into the user’s web browser as an extension, and then accesses your own photos posted to Facebook, and pushing a new fake advertisement to YOUR friends, claiming they can see a naked video of you.”