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Follow @gcluley Graham Cluley runs his own award-winning computer security blog, and is a veteran of the anti-virus industry having worked for a number of security companies since the early 1990s.

Now an independent security analyst, he regularly makes media appearances and gives computer security presentations.

This attack is spreading very rapidly right now – so think with your brains, not with the contents of your trousers.

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But don’t be fooled by such elementary tricks, this is definitely a scam, and the next page attempts to trick you into giving the third party application access to your Facebook profile, post to your wall, access information about your friends, and even hand over permission for it to spam you in future.

Despite all the warnings, millions of people have proved themselves in recent months to be susceptible to scams like this, such is their desire to view lurid videos of football sex cheats or learn how to find out who has blocked them on Facebook.

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You can send them to the object of your desires through Facebook, emails, MSN, Skype, Yahoo or forums and blogs.

Also, warn your friends about the threat, as it’s quite possible you have shared the link with them.

I’ve informed both Facebook and (the short url service being used in the links) about this threat.

You don’t have to allow complete strangers access to your Facebook profile or complete a survey which makes them money. You don’t want rogue Facebook apps like this to be able to access your profile, right?

🙂 So go into your settings and revoke their access before they can do any more harm.

A new version of the scam is now spreading with a slightly different disguise.

As a lot of people seem to being affected by it (haven’t folks learnt by now about these scams? The first thing you will probably see is one of your Facebook friends posting a message like this: Clicking on the link isn’t such a wise idea.

If so, you’re a prime candidate to fall for the latest scam spreading rapidly across Facebook using an image of a woman with a large bottom and a minuscule bikini.

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