If you get a weird Facebook message from one of your best friends, take a pass on it until you can verify it’s authenticity. A new scam going around causes users to send out personalized hoax messages to friends that includes a virus-ridden link. The message includes the recipient’s name. the word “video”, and a shocked emoji, followed by a link! If you click on the fake youtube channel, the software will infect your phone or computer and cause you in turn to send out a hoax message. It will also fill your device with adware.
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