Thousands of Facebook users are reporting that they have been hit by a malware attack posing as a video of young bikini-clad women on a beach.
The messages are posted on the walls of Facebook members, seemingly from their friends and associates on the site, with a thumbnail which appears to be an image of a young woman's bottom in a bikini.
The messages read:
The "Distracting Beach Babes" scam appears to be the latest incarnation of the widespread "Sexiest Video Ever" assault.
The "Sexiest Video Ever" messages reads:
accompanied by what appears to be a video with the title "Candid Camera Prank [HQ]". The message has what appears to be a movie thumbnail of a woman on a bicycle wearing a short skirt, and the video's length is given as 3:17.
See the Facebook Sexiest Video Ever attack and how it works on the video below
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