Maybe when you received the email you didn’t think it was suspicious, or even if you did maybe you thought it was worth the risk.
Subject: Facebook message: Cute Girl Top Model Dancing
Message body: News from Facebook – Facebook Hot Body Dance Video Competition! Today: “Girls in beautiful black underwear dancing in the pub, showing off perfect bodies. Unbelievable Final!”
Of course, the spammed-out emails aren’t really from Facebook – and if you look carefully at the URL you are about to click on you would realise that it was taking you to a third-party website instead of the social networking site.
But I suspect that there’s a good proportion of people who would click on the link, and this is what they would see.
Well, that’s not quite what you see. I’ve edited the image a little in case anyone is feeling a little bit squeamish.
The website is pretending to be Facebook and it shows a preview frame from a sexy dance…
Read more in my article on the Naked Security website.