2 friends of mine have sent me very suspicious links on facebook, which ask me for credentials on an external site. Entering
email@example.com in the username, and
1234 for the password let me in, and redirect me to some car specifications, even though the post said that it was a video.
I accessed this through a phone, and chrome extensions don't apply there AFAIK, am I safe?
I have seen previous questions on SE which suggest that it is possible to buffer overflow an image with metadata, that gets executed with some memory address trick (the question can be found at: Can you get a trojan in an image file?). Could something similar apply to browsers and links?
Apart from that, it could just be any old phishing attack, but alot of people posted the exact same link on FB. A friend had reportedly recieved the same link from his relatives. Does anyone know the origin of this?
I am posting the link here if someone recognizes it, but PLEASE don't access it.
It is full of badly translated Czech, and notice some untranslated segments at the bottom too. The header is completely missing content too.