It's official: Not only are YouTube comments generally worthless, but they're also the target of malware authors trying to make a quick buck from fake anti-virus software. The PandaLabs blog explains how a host of comments link unsuspecting (or careless) viewers to a bogus porn site, which then prompts a download of a fake version of Flash. A perfect storm, perhaps, or just smart targeting. [PandaLabs Blog]
YouTube Comments Full Of Links To Malware
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