Rihanna and Chris Brown New L:eaked Tape! Malicious Facebook Page

Date: May 11, 2013 11:52 PM - Views: 8,263 - Comment: 0
Rihanna and Chris Brown New L:eaked Tape! Malicious Facebook Page

The Facebook page or post "Rihanna and Chris Brown New L:eaked Tape!", was created to trick persons into giving access to your Twitter or Facebook account. Please do not click the link on this page, if you are taken to it or if it is posted on your Facebook Wall/Timeline. There is no video, so do not share, "like" or re-tweet it, because this helps spread it to other Facebook or twitter users.

This is how the Facebook page or post looks

Rihanna and Chris Brown New L:eaked Tape! Malicious Facebook Page

This page is located at:

The page has the malicious link "http://tinyurl.com/wt89w3hj9efw" that will take you to the following page:, with an image looking like a video player, with the message "Click Play to Start Video".  

Website:  "Click Play to Start Video"

Clicking on this so called video player will take you to the following twitter.com page, owned by @RIPJOHNCENAarmy with the title "Celebrities Videos": https://twitter.com/RIPJOHNCENAarmy/ status/309669804170682368/photo/1

 It will prompt you to grant access to your Twitter or Facebook account.

Twitter  Access Public Profile, Friend List and News Feeds

If you grant access (DO NOT), you will be asked to press the keyboard key combinations:
CTRL + L, CTRL + C, and CTRL + W

CTRL + L, CTRL + C, and CTRL + W keyboard combination

Also, the link on this Facebook page may take you to this malicious website: www.igjam.com, prompting you to press the CTRL + V key combination.

Login to Twitter to View this Video CTRL V

Pressing these keyboard key combinations on this page, uses a hacking technique to gain access to your Twitter or Facebook account, by copying your authentication token string and using it in the Twitter or Facebook API.

Once access is granted to your account, this Facebook post or others, will be sent to or shared with all your friends on your behalf.

Once again, do not share, "like", re-tweet, or follow the instructions on this Facebook page or post. Use the Facebook "Report Story / Spam" button to report it to Facebook security team.

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