Security researchers from Microsoft warn users of new piece of Trojan in the form of Mozilla add on and chrome extension that can hijack your facebook profile.
The threat was first discovered in Brazil , Microsoft detect it as "Trojan:JS/Febipos.A."
The Trojan monitors checks if the user is logged in to facebook. Then, it attempts to download a configuration file that includes a list of commands.
According to the Malware Protection center report, the malware is capable of doing the following with your facebook account: Like a page, share, post, Join a group,Invite friends to a group, Chat to friends, Comment on a post.
" There may be more to this threat because it can change its messages, URLs, Facebook pages and other activity at any time."Microsoft concluded. "In any case, we recommend you always keep your security products updated with the latest definitions to help avoid infection. "