Another day, another clickjacking scam on Facebook. This certainly seems to be becoming a successful model for scammers who want to earn some cash – and while it’s working so well, why should they change their methodology?
The latest scam which innocent Facebook users are being tricked into clicking on involves a message about singer and actress Christina Aguilera, who earlier this week was arrested in Hollywood. Although Aguilera was later released, and told that she would not be charged, her boyfriend Matthew Rutler faces a drink-driving charge.
Here’s what the scam looks like when one of your Facebook friends falls for it:
WTF! I just saw a movie how Christina Aguilera got arrested which was minutes ago!! –> [LINK]
SHOCK!SICK! I just saw a movie how Christina Aguilera got arrested which was…
Read more in my article on the Naked Security website.