A challenge called “Invisible Challenge” is trending on TikTok, where
people film themselves naked while using a special effect filter that
basically removes the character’s body from the video, leaving only a blurred
outline image of it.
Here is an example of the Invisible Challenge:
After the challenge became a trend, a lot of people started searching for ways
to remove that TikTok filter from the videos to see what they weren’t meant to
see. Anyone with a little bit of understanding of how video editing works can
realize that such things are not possible (at least not in the way they want it)
Hackers saw this demand, and they started posting TikTok videos with links to
a fake software called “unfilter” that claimed to be able to remove that
TikTok filter from videos.
Those links will take you to a page asking you to join the “Space Unfilter”
Discord server which contains NSFW videos claimed to be the result of
If you follow all the instructions to get the “unfilter” software, you will
end up installing a WASP stealer malware on your machine. All your Discord
accounts, crypto wallets, credit cards, and whatever else you think is
valuable will be stolen before you know it.
“Over 30,000 members have joined the Discord server created by the attackers
so far and this number continues to increase as this attack is
ongoing,” Guy Nachson, a supply chain security researcher at Checkmarx
said in a