A new facebook worm is spreading ZeuS trojan

According to the report published by a Danish security company, a new facebook worm is spreading ZeuS trojan. This worm relies on stolen Facebook account credentials to spam all the friends of the victim by advertising a link that allegedly points to a jpeg image file. When a user clicks on the link, it servers a malicious screensaver which installs ZeuS Trojan on the users computer.
The worm is also found to have anti-VM capabilities, making it useless to execute and test in a virtual environment, such as Oracle VM VirtualBox and VMWare.
 I personally suggest users not to click on any this kind of post or link on po
sted by friends.  Always verify the link before clicking on it.