Fake Facebook Post: Miley Cyrus S3x Tape Leaked On Internet

Date: April 06, 2013 7:22 AM - Views: 30,941 - Comment: 0
Fake Facebook Post: Miley Cyrus S3x Tape Leaked On Internet

The Facebook post "Breaking News: Miley Cyrus S3x Tape Leaked On Internet. Millions of men called in sick after seeing it." is a fake and contains a malicious link. If you receive this post on Facebook or any other social networking websites, please do not "like", share, comment or click on any links in it.

This is how the "Miley Cyrus S3x Tape Leaked On Internet Fake Facebook" post looks:

Breaking News: Miley Cyrus Sex Tape Leaked On Internet. Millions of men called in sick after seeing it

omg i lost all respect for her now.

If you click on the link (bit.ly/UxWPKq) in this post, you will be taken to a website that appears to host the video. If you click on the "Play" button in an attempt to see the video, you will be asked verify your age by copying and pasting your Facebook authentication token in a text box.

If you enter your Facebook authentication token in the text box as instructed by the fake website, this will allow the persons behind this scam to temporarily access your Facebook account and start displaying this same fake Facebook post on your Timeline or wall.

This fake post is able to spread on Facebook by tagging all your Facebook friends to itself, allowing them and their friends to see it.

If you receive this post, use the Facebook "Options" link at the bottom of the post, to remove or report this fake post to Facebook.

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