by caspertwin 15 November 2011
Update here as at 17 November 2011
Have you received messages in your Facebook chat or Facebook Inbox with a pimple video or pornography?
These are NOT virus they are called “clickjacking”
Explanation Clickjacking Source
Clickjacking is possible because seemingly harmless features of HTML web pages can be employed to perform unexpected actions.
A clickjacked page tricks a user into performing undesired actions by clicking on a concealed link. On a clickjacked page, the attackers load another page over it in a transparent layer. The users think that they are clicking visible buttons, while they are actually performing actions on the hidden page. The hidden page may be an authentic page, therefore the attackers can trick users into performing actions which the users never intended. There is no way of tracing such actions to the attackers later, as the users would have been genuinely authenticated on the hidden page.
A user might receive an email with a link to a video about a news item, but another valid page, say a product page on amazon.com, can be “hidden” on top or underneath the “PLAY” button of the news video. The user tries to “play” the video but actually “buys” the product from Amazon.
Other known exploits include:
tricking users into enabling their webcam and microphone through Flash (which has since been corrected by Adobe);
tricking users into making their social networking profile information public;
making users follow someone on Twitter;
share links on Facebook
What happens if you click on the links
The message will reproduce itself through your chat and messages. You may also be taken to a survey site and be asked to give your email address which you’ll most likely get spam and not the photo/video you wanted.
Caspertwin’s Advise before click link/s
* Check where the url is directing you to before going there .
To do this follow these steps:
* Right click mouse over link
* Copy link address
* Open notepad and paste it there
* Check the link Here http://www.unmaskparasites.com/security-report/
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