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Taliban terrorists posing as sex-crazed Facebook babes promise sex-starved soldiers kinky sex in return for mission secrets in Afghanistan

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facebook-hottieTALIBAN terrorists are posing as sex-crazed Facebook babes and promising sex-starved soldiers kinky sex in return for mission secrets in Afghanistan.

The insurgents pretend to be gorgeous big-boobed facebook hotties on Facebook, using fake photos of near topless babes, to befriend coalition soldiers and gather intelligence about operations.

Soldiers in the field are now being given pre-deployment briefings about enemies creating fake profiles to spy on troops.

Personnel are also being warned that geo-tagging - a function of many websites that secretly logs the location from where a post is made or a photo is uploaded - is a significant danger.

Family and friends of soldiers are inadvertently jeopardising missions by sharing confidential information online, a new report warns.

Three Australian soldiers were this month murdered inside their base, allegedly by an Afghan Army trainee.

The dangers of social media are revealed in an Australian government review of social media and defence, which was finalised in March but has not been acted upon, Defence sources say.

The review found an "overt reliance" on privacy settings had led to "a false sense of security" among personnel.

The review warns troops to beware of "fake profiles - media personnel and enemies create fake profiles to gather information. For example, the Taliban have used pictures of attractive women as the front of their Facebook profiles and have befriended soldiers."

Many of the 1577 Defence members surveyed for the review had no awareness of the risk, it said, adding 58 per cent of Defence staff had no social media training.

Surveyed troops said social media open "a whole can of worms when it comes to operational, personnel and physical security".

"Many individuals who use social media are extremely trusting," the review said.


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