A shady Facebook hack tool is promoted via YouTube with the help of a video entitled “China Hacked by Anonymous.”
The video itself is legitimate. In fact, it’s one made by TheDailyConversationback in April when Anonymous hacktivists were targeting Chinese websites.
However, unlike the genuine video, the description section contains a link to a file hosting site via the adf.ly URL shortening service.
The highly advertised application is called “Pro Facebook Hack v3.2 2013.exe” and it’s detected by my trusty antivirus as a Trojan called Win32.Spatet.A – a piece of malware that’s designed to steal sensitive information and open a backdoor on the affected computer.
See also: Shadow Server bulletin earlier this year