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'I Don't Care' Button Clickjacking Scam Spreading on Facebook

First came the bogus “Dislike” button, a clickjacking scam that spread virally on Facebook. Now, there is another ruse to attract the attention of click-happy Facebook users: the “I Don’t Care” button.

For some Facebook users, it may be a dream come true to express what they really think of others’ not-so-exciting posts. However, Sophos warns that this new scam tricks users into giving a rogue Facebook application permission to access profiles, post spam messages from users’ account and asking users to complete an online survey.

Although there is a genuine “I Don’t Care” button available as an extension for the Google Chrome browser, Facebook does not have an official “Dislike” or “I Don’t Care” option within the social-networking site.

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