According to an article written by Emil Protalinski of ZDNet, Facebook says it knows who’s behind the pornographic spam attacks of the last few days and is working with its legal team to ensure that the perpetrators do not go unpunished.

To date, Facebook is keeping the identities of the perpetrators under wraps. The social networking giant has also declined to discuss what they have in store for these people.

Although all Facebook members know that everything has been up and running smoothly, it was attacked in a coordinated way. It all started with users being unwittingly tricked into pasting malicious JavaScript into their browser’s URL bar, which resulted in the sharing of offensive content.

It’s no surprise that users are outraged and embarrassed with many are threatening to close their accounts.

The ZDNet article efficiently communicates the problem and provides a lot informational links. Click on ZDNet to read it.

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