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Beware of the Facebook Post - "Photos of Teen Girls in School" that Links to Viruses

Cyber-criminals are using the post or message blow: "S-x Photos of teen girls in school – NEW SCANDAL," to trick Facebook users into clicking on a link within it, which will take them to malicious websites that will attempt to trick them into downloading viruses, Trojan horse, worms and other malware that will infect their computers. And, once the victims' computers are infected, the virus will start sending or posting itself to the victims' friends and family, by gaining access to their contacts and sending the same message.
Beware of the Facebook Post - "Photos of Teen Girls in School" that Links to Viruses
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Beware of the Facebook Post - "Photos of Teen Girls in School" that Links to Viruses


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Beware of the Facebook Post - "Photos of Teen Girls in School" that Links to Viruses

Cyber-criminals are using the post or message blow: "S-x Photos of teen girls in school – NEW SCANDAL," to trick Facebook users into clicking on a link within it, which will take them to malicious websites that will attempt to trick them into downloading viruses, Trojan horse, worms and other malware that will infect their computers. And, once the victims' computers are infected, the virus will start sending or posting itself to the victims' friends and family, by gaining access to their contacts and sending the same message.

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The Malicious Facebook Post or Message

Sex photos of teen girls in school – NEW SCANDAL WHL2R http://ow .ly/{removed}

The message lures potential victims to the following malicious websites, which will attempt to trick the victims into downloading the malicious file "Videos_New.mp4_2942281629029.exe" (file name may change), by claiming that they can view sexual explicit pictures of teen girls in school.

The Malicious Websites

  • Videomasars .healthcare
  • Porschealacam.com
  • Hahahahaa.com

Facebook users are advised not to click on the link in the post if it shows up on their Facebook Wall, Timeline or Newsfeed.instead, they should report the post or message to Facebook.

Remember to leave your question or comment, and read the ones made by others below. And, please report malicious, phishing or scam email messages, social media posts and websites to us. You may click here to contact us, or forward the email messages to: info@onlinethreatalerts.com .

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