I made a Facebook account when a friend of mine sent me an invitation. I'm not very active there, just it's the way to stay in contact with some friends, relatives,..In my opinion writing a blog here is much more challenging and creative than writing on a wall.
I read an article about "clickjacking". Facebook users see links to subjects such as "World Cup 2010 in HD",.. that their friends appear to have "liked". Clicking the link tricks users into recommending the site on Facebook too. I can see on my page that some of my friends liked "Plazma", "Eurocrem" or "Raffaello" 😆 I like them too but I am not gonna click the button.
Security experts say the scam currently has no malicious intent but could be adapted to deliver malware.
The link generally takes the user through to a page containing an instruction, such as asking them to click a button to confirm that they are over 18.
Wherever they click on the page it adds a link to their own Facebook profile saying they have also "liked" the site. If you want to read more information visit the link above.
There are three things you should know. Mr.Dan explained them to me.
1. IFRAMEs should not be confused with FRAMEs, which are completely harmless
2. Clickjacking is a very old problem, and all the browsers on all the operating systems are vulnerable to clickjacking*
3. Facebook could prevent clickjacking on their pages if they wanted to
*There are ways to protect yourself from clickjacking no matter what site you use. In Opera the easiest way is to disable IFRAMEs completely: go to the address opera:config#Extensions|IFrames and untick the checkbox, then click Save. However some websites (for example mail.google.com for everything and my.opera.com for attaching photos to blog posts) require IFRAMEs to work, so you should enable IFRAMEs just for them: After the website is loaded, right click the page and in Edit Site Preferences, the Display tab, enable IFRAMEs.