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Beware of Fake Facebook Websites www.videoshare .blackfriday and www.kingwhos.net

If you have seen messages like: "Ooopps ! you canceled setup, Please add Jutys v1 Add Button..." or if you are taken the fake YouTube or Facebook "www.websitesvideoshare .blackfriday" and "www.kingwhos.net", please note that it is a scam. The scam was created by cyber-criminals to lure curious Facebook users to the malicious websites, which will attempt to trick them into installing malicious web browsers extensions and other malicious software, by claiming that they need to do so in order to view a video with adult content.
Beware of Fake Facebook Websites www.videoshare .blackfriday and www.kingwhos.net
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Beware of Fake Facebook Websites www.videoshare .blackfriday and www.kingwhos.net


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Beware of Fake Facebook Websites www.videoshare .blackfriday and www.kingwhos.net

If you have seen messages like: "Ooopps ! you canceled setup, Please add Jutys v1 Add Button..." or if you are taken the fake YouTube or Facebook "www.websitesvideoshare .blackfriday" and "www.kingwhos.net", please note that it is a scam. The scam was created by cyber-criminals to lure curious Facebook users to the malicious websites, which will attempt to trick them into installing malicious web browsers extensions and other malicious software, by claiming that they need to do so in order to view a video with adult content.

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But, there is no video and installing the software that you are prompt to install, will only infect your computer with a virus, Trojan horse or some other malware.

The Fake Facebook Websites

"www.websitesvideoshare .blackfriday" and "www.kingwhos.net"

Ooopps ! you canceled setup, Please add Jutys v1 Add Button...
http://videoshare .blackfriday/vid1/
http://www.kingwhos.net/video/?asd

The websites above will attempt to trick online users into installing a malicious browser extension or some other malicious computer program or software, like a virus or Trojan horse.

The contents of websites above will change periodically, so you may see a different image other than the one above.

If you have already installed software from the malicious websites, please use the antivirus software on your computer to do full of your computer and click here to use a program that we recommend to remove malwares from your computer.

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