Facebook Scam - Marika Fruscio Edition





Lately on Facebook, there is a widespread video about Marika Fruscio Nip Slip during an sport program in one of Italian national television.

Who is maria Fruscio?

Marika Fruscio, a famous model who is working with ESPN these days, appeared naked in a latest 2011 calendar. The 2011 calendar also has other prominent models exposing in front of the camera. The sales report of the 2011 naked models calendar is very encouraging for its producers.

Name: Marika Fruscio
Profession: Centerfold, Sportswoman, Actress
Country of Origin: Italy 

Province / State: Milano
Heigth: 158 cm – 5 feet and 2 inches
Measurements: 34G-22-33

Recently, a website uploaded a video clip of Marika Fruscio in which she is seen tactically revealing her nipples during a sports interview. In the video, when Marika tries to fix her mike in the shirt, her nipples get revealed.

It has been said that the nude photo in the 2011 calendar and the nipple slip during a live TV show are tools to achieve publicity.

That program was taken in February 2010, and somehow become a facebook booms right now.

So why that video links is considered a scam?
Because that video contains some embedded code or script which will direct you to specific site to watch this youtube-host video. Mean while you will publish this site in your Facebook Wall, you even give a Like without your permission.
Video title: The beautiful Marika Fruscio shows her breasts on Italian TV!

This method originally called Click-Jacking - Like-Jacking , means:
A malicious technique of tricking Web users into revealing confidential information or taking control of their computer while clicking on seemingly innocuous web pages. A vulnerability across a variety of browsers and platforms, a clickjacking takes the form of embedded code or script that can execute without the user's knowledge, such as clicking on a button that appears to perform another function.
The term "clickjacking" was coined by Jeremiah Grossman and Robert Hansen in 2008. The exploit is also known as UI redressing.

How to Deal :

If you did make the mistake of clicking on the scam message you will need to check your news feed and make sure you aren't spamming the message to your friends. If you are, you need to remove the item from your wall by clicking the small "x" in the top right hand corner of the post. There is an option to "remove and unlike."
 

 How To Prevent This Thing In The Future?
There still no exact way to prevent this scam, but you may try use the Firefox browser with the NoScript add-on. If you are using Opera or Chrome browsers, you might try NotScripts.

In Google’s Chrome browser, you can right click on a link in Facebook and open it in “Incognito” mode. That way, you won’t be logged into Facebook when you arrive at the new page.


Responses

2 Respones to "Facebook Scam - Marika Fruscio Edition"

thoi trang said...

She is very beautifull. I love her. How to see her


February 11, 2012 at 5:41 PM

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