Facebook Scam - Your Friend Added A New Photo With You To The Album

Facebook Scam - Your Friend Added A New Photo With You To The Album

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There is a new Facebook scam which states that your friend added a photo of you to their album because you are a close friend. Also, it states that you should click on the attachment to view the photos. Please delete this message if you receive it and let your friends and family know about it.

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This e-mail message contains the zip file attachment with the file name "New_Photo_With_You_on_ Facebook_PHOTOID[random].zip". Please note that the file name may change.

The attached file contains a malicious program and will infect your computer if open.

A Copy of the Malicious Email Message:

Facebook Scam: Your Friend Added A New Photo With You To The Album

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses and telephone numbers in email samples on this website may have been impersonated.

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  • Sep 1, 2012 at 9:34 AM by info

    Never open an attached e-mail zip file unless you are expecting one. Here is another article where a virus e-mail tries to trick a user to open a malicious zip file: <a href="http://www.onlinethreatalerts.com/article/2012/7/19/i-can-assure-you-youre-in-deep-sht-now-over-those-photos--you-know-what-i-mean-virus-email.aspx">I can assure you you're in deep sh*t now-over-those-photos</a>


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