Last week we published a post about the huge amount of spam we receive in the blog and how the antispam filter weâ€™ve installed is helping us to identify which comments are real and which are not.
Today weâ€™re going to show you other type of spam comments weâ€™ve received in the last hours. If the spam we commented the other day was designed with advertising puposes, todayâ€™s is to distribute malware.
The comments make reference to names of celebrities who are nude and contain a link to the website where you are supposed to watch a video of them.
In the following image you can see several examples:
The links belong to profiles from www.curse.com, a site of news about online games, like the following:
These profiles have been created with malicious intentions, as when you click o watch the video, you are redirected to another website from which a variant of the Trojan Zlob is downloaded:
At the moment weâ€™ve identified malware in the following profiles:
Thanks to Iker PÃ©rez for the information.
We’ve detected more malicious comments usingÂ as a bait the following nude celebrities:
This time the comments belong to profiles from the forum www.beyluxe.us, which have been created with malicious intentions.