Fiona Xie sex videos clickjack Facebook users

Filed Under: Clickjacking, Facebook, Social networks, Spam

It's worth remembering that it's not just Western stars and Hollywood actresses who can be the subject of cybercriminal lures. In the last 24 hours, admirers of Singapore celebrity Fiona Xie have been tempted into clicking on a link which has spread virally via Facebook.

Fiona Xie sex video

A picture of Fiona Xie sat in a bathtub is accompanied by a message reading:

Fiona Xie. Is she REALLY as innocent as she looks?

Private sexual videos of famous Singapore celebrities here. Only enter if you are 18 years old and above.

As one of your Facebook friends appears to have "Liked" the message, you might be curious to click further. Unfortunately for you, however, this is a honeytrap that takes your browser to a webpage which uses the clickjacking technique to fool you into unknowingly saying you "Like" the page yourself.

And in this way, the message spreads virally across Facebook. If nothing else, chances are that you will be embarrassed that your friends now know you were seeking for sex videos of Fiona Xie.

Make sure that you keep informed about the latest scams spreading fast across Facebook, and other internet attacks. Join the Sophos page on Facebook, where over 200,000 people regularly share information on threats and discuss the latest security news.

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4 Responses to Fiona Xie sex videos clickjack Facebook users

  1. "Unforunately"? Well, someone was distracted by a pretty picture while typing ;-)

    • Thank you. Fixed now.

      I think I must have had an accident with my "Tee Remover" (that will probably only make sense to fans of the classic Infocom adventure game 'Leather Goddesses of Phobos'..)

  2. Alex · 1640 days ago

    Really? This is the story you're covering when there was a huge issue with the android market and the droid dream backdoor trojan being packaged and distributed in the market? It used to be as long as you didnt download outside the market you would generally be ok. Much better story than these facebook over and over scams.

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Graham Cluley runs his own award-winning computer security blog at, and is a veteran of the anti-virus industry having worked for a number of security companies since the early 1990s. Now an independent security analyst, he regularly makes media appearances and gives computer security presentations. Follow him on Twitter at @gcluley