Fake Facebook “dancing girl” Video Leads to Malware

March 11, 2009 – 5:11 PM

Websense Security Labs ThreatSeeker Network has received reports of spoofed Facebook email messages that contain malicious links. The messages look similar to legitimate Facebook messages and invite recipients to click on the link contained in the message to view a video.

Message subjects seen have been:

FaceBook message: Dancing Girl Drunk In The Pub- facebook Video (Last rated by Betsy Person)
FaceBook message: Dancing girl oriental dance … (Last rated by Abdul Kay)
FaceBook message: Magnificent Striptease Dance (Last rated by Rosalind Lindsey)
FaceBook message: Watch the Oooh! Super Beautiful Girl Dancing (Last rated by Delores Tucker)
FaceBook message: Hot Girl Dancing At Striptease Dance Party

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  1. 2 Responses to “Fake Facebook “dancing girl” Video Leads to Malware”

  2. thank you for the information i guess now days social networking sites are not safe for a normal users point of view .

    By Tarun on Mar 13, 2009

  3. The cavalcade of security risks at Facebook is remarkable. The risks are a threat to workplace-related computers. Employers/organizations thus have security as a reason to block social network sites. http://computersafety.wordpress.com/2009/01/19/security-threat-facebook-and-myspace-at-work/ –Ben

    By Benjamin Wright on Mar 13, 2009

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