The scam messages use potential victims’ first names, claiming that they have been tagged in the “Youtube” video.
Phrases used in the attack include:
YO [name] why are you tagged in this video
WTF!! [name] why are you tagged in this video
hey [name] i cant believe youre tagged in this video
hey [name] you look so stupid in this video
omg! [name] why are you tagged in this vid
OMG [name] why are you in this video
Each “video” has a random number of views and likes, but the length of the movie always appears to be 2:34. Some experienced Facebook users might realise something is awry when they see that the links refer to “Youtube” rather than the rather more accurate and real “YouTube“.
You would be really tempted, it’s a cunning piece of social engineering by the bad guys. Wouldn’t you want to see a video that your Facebook friends say you have been tagged in? Ofcource Yes, but Its an attempt to trick you, don’t do what the page says.
Source: Naked Security