Facebook users have been under a sustained attack that attempts to install malware on their Mac- or Windows-based machines by luring them to salacious videos. According to a blog post published early Wednesday by an F-Secure researcher, the attack spreads virally using the Facebook “Like” feature, in which users register their …
"Users with IP addresses based in the US and UK, however, were taken to sites offering the Mac scareware and Windows malware."
That's very interesting. Does that suggest the attacks are at least somewhat political in nature? Or is there something else about the US and UK?
A very good question.
The Malware is only attacking countries on America's friends list.
Blocking the links
Wow so Facebook is actually taking this seriously, whereas Google clearly didn't when Google Images was (maybe still is) spreading the first wave of trojans 
Not a big fan of Facebook but seems they're at least admitting it and doing something right.
[1 ] http://thenextweb.com/apple/2011/05/02/bogus-macdefender-malware-campaign-targets-mac-users-using-google-images/
Facebook has blocked links
According to F-Secure, Facebook has managed to block the malware posts
Your turn Google?
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Did it work? Did you try to click it?
Marathon Facebook scam
Thought they were called Snickers now?
"re·me·di·a·tion (r-md-shn), n.
The act or process of correcting a fault or deficiency"
...in the users.
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