by Dave Michmerhuizen – Security Researcher
There is another version that we have no sample of which posts an obscene message to your wall which then claims that the only way to remove the obscenity is to press a “Remove this app” button that is part of the post.
The end result is the same as our previous report – a sham survey that attempts to sign you up for some unwanted service or get your cell phone number in order to send premium SMS messages to it.
In the meantime, don't click on links that are part of unusual items posted to your wall – delete them instead. Visit the Facebook account settings pages to take care of account related issues.
As always, Barracuda Networks recommends you exercise special care when visiting links posted in your social network feeds. Barracuda Web Filters and the Barracuda Web Filtering Service block access to these sites.