Another scam is making the rounds on Facebook trying to take advantage of users' curiosity. It is spreading on people's walls with the subject "OMG! Her boyfriend dies in her arms right before her eyes. The car hits them while they kiss. It's heartbreaking. You must see this: http://bit.ly/CENSORED".
This attack follows the well-established pattern of directing you to an application that wants permission to post to your wall and access all of your data. The application is called "Drive Safely," which is good advice, but I am not sure these are the people you want giving you advice...
Once you allow the application to continue it then posts the message to your wall again so all of your friends will see it, and provides an image of a fake YouTube-like movie. Once you click the movie to see this "heartbreaking" moment it directs you to a series of quizzes. This is almost a carbon copy of the attacks Graham has been documenting for months.
As of this time at least 400 people have clicked through to this scam and it is spreading like wildfire on people's walls. If you are a Facebook user and would like to stay abreast of the latest security information, I invite you to join our Facebook group, where we publish advisories on all the latest threats and scams.
Thanks to Facebook user Monie Wells for the top about this new attack.
Update: I have received confirmation from bit.ly that they are now blocking the bit.ly shortened links that connect to this application. Thank you to Rex at bit.ly for the fast response!