Would you click on this?
It seems many Facebook users did. Wise up to the threat of clickjacking, or become an easy target for scammers.
Facebook users are once again suffering from an onslaught of clickjacking survey scams, designed to fool them into unwittingly saying they “Like” a link to drive web traffic that simply fills the pockets of scammers.
A firm at the centre of allegations that its affiliates flooded Facebook with spam and clickjacking attacks has agreed to clean up its act – after earning up to $1.2 million per month in gross monthly revenues.
Jenna-Louise Coleman is jumping onboard Doctor Who’s TARDIS, and is already having her name abused by Twitter scammers.
Facebook has filed a law suit a firm who, they say, bombarded users with clickjacking scams that earned $1.2 million a month.
Once again, Facebook users are duped into believing that Lady Gaga has been found dead in a hotel bedroom.
You would think that the scammers would show a little more imagination – rather than using the same disguises time and time again. But, hey, if the scam is working for them – why change it?
A shocking video of a man in a wheelchair falling down an elevator shaft? Is that really what you want to watch?
Well, if it is, then you’re just the kind of person that a newly-discovered Facebook scam is looking for.
States in the USA, such as Vermont and New Jersey, are continuing to deal with heavy flooding in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene.
And we weren’t surprised to find internet scammers attempting to profit from other people’s misery.
Scammers on Facebook have once again proven themselves to be cold-hearted opportunists, unafraid to take advantage of personal tragedies for their own financial ends.
This time, they’re exploiting the death of an RAF pilot with the Red Arrows.
Has Lady Gaga really been found dead in a hotel room?
A clickjacking scam which has spread rapidly across Facebook would certainly like you to think so.
A new clickjacking scam spreading across Facebook poses as a video of a boy’s reaction after his ex-girlfriend posts on his wall.
Once again, scammers are running rings about Facebook’s built-in security measures by spreading a clickjacking scam between users’ accounts.
Mind where you point that mouse, Lily Allen is a married woman!
Another weekend of Facebook scams, with everything from a revealing Lily Allen to a woman definitely enjoying a roller coaster.
Messages are beginning to spread across Facebook, tricking users into clicking on links which claim to point to the world’s funniest condom commercial.
Facebook’s recently announced new security measures have proven ineffective against the clickjacking attack.
Messages are spreading rapidly across Facebook, as users get tricked into clicking on links claiming to show an amazing video of a big baby being born.
Scam links to what pretends to be a “Twilight Breaking Dawn” game have affected many users of Facebook.
Don’t let your love for heart throbs Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart out-rule your head.