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Facebook hit by shock video scam

Posted on Wednesday, July 28 2010 @ 20:12:28 CEST by


Mashable warns for a new "shocking video" scam that is going viral on Facebook. Don't click on these Facebook applications because if you do your personal data will be stolen:
The scams work as follows: First, you’ll see an interesting link in other users’ status updates, but when you follow the link, you’ll be asked to fill out a number of surveys, which are nothing more than ploys to extract your personal data.

Today, we’ve seen two very similar scams, both promising a “shocking video” to unsuspecting users. One message that appears in status updates reads: “I am shocked!!! I’m NEVER texting AGAIN since I found this out. Video (video) here: http://bit.ly/c4SDyh – Worldwide scandal!”




 



 

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