[ATTACH=right]16696[/ATTACH]Facebook really dislikes that new 'dislike' button that's been popping up across the social network, and you should, too. That's because it could be a fake - a malicious little app that's actually a survey spam scam of the same ilk as that "[URL="http://www.esecurityplanet.com/headlines/article.php/3885881/Facebook-Phishing-Attack-Promises-Free-iPad.htm"]Free iPad event[/URL]" invitation you've likely received from at least one of your Facebook friends lately. Basically, if you encounter a dialog asking you to grant the 'Dislike' app access to your profile and other information, you can expect to be asked to fill out a survey while your account is being transformed into yet another of …

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Hi I know a friend of mine whose Facebook account was hijacked. Now I read this: [url]http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/09/04/facebook_friend_in_peril_scam/[/url] Its scary. It does not matter if you limit who can view your profile or not.

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The End.