The news of the twin bombings in Norway shocked the world and left a lot of material to cut. The unfortunate event was mentioned in media around the world and the Internet reoccupied a fundamental space in the distribution of data from last time.
However, we must pay special attention social networks because spam related to the incident and began to circulate. Facebook
, for example, a virus appeared that distributes a link to an alleged attack video
. Security specialists say the threat affects one user per second.
The spam came just hours after the attack occurred in Oslo and has a link that leads to a site with a fake video player. Users who click on the URL they find they never played the clip and the page is redirected to a site with ads and intelligence tests . But if this off, the accounts of users become infected and begin to re-post the link automatically. Unfortunately Facebook is becoming a nest of unwanted threats, and in recent weeks already been several cases of virus that distribute spam through the social network created by Mark Zuckerberg.
Privacy Settings | Applications, games and websites and delete all the tools that appear suspicious on the list. Via | Mashable.
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