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A dangerous worm is using Facebook to spread itself by posting malicious links on the social networking website that point to malware-tainted sites loaded with a variant of the Zeus banking Trojan as well as other nasties. The malware uses stolen Facebook account credentials to log into compromised accounts and post links, …

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  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    It's a Windows problem

    Linux users move along nothing to see here.

  2. TRT Silver badge

    Heh. Heh heh heh. Heh.

    You said 'booby'.

    Where's the Beavis and Butthead icon?

  3. Pete 8

    Checkout the guy in the middle of this clip, he has the same problem...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WcSLb2phjDk

  4. Spud2go
    Pint

    So glad

    I canned my Facetube account & blocked it on my machine.

  5. Microphage

    dangerous Facebook banking worm?

    Technically speaking this isn't a worm as in order to spread, it requires human beings to click on links and enter their admin password. A more interesting question is how the malware writers got hold of the Facebook account credentials. Does this Facebook banking worm run on Apple Macs or Linux?

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