Facebook Video Scam - "Rihanna S-xtape Leaked by Chris Brown Accidently"
January 4, 2015
December 17, 2013
The Facebook post below:"[VIDEO] Rihanna's s-xtape leaked by chris brown accidently watch now," is a scam called "Facebook Scam Type 1926". If this post shows up on your Facebook Wall or Timeline, please report it to Facebook and then delete it. Do not follow the instructions in this post, "Like" or share it because you will only help spread this scam to your Facebook friends.
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If you click on this malicious Facebook post (DO NOT), you will be taken to the malicious websites below:
[VIDEO] Rihanna's s-xtape leaked by chris brown accidently watch now..
There is NO leak video of Rihanna caught on camera and leaked by Chris Brown, so please do not visit to this website or follow the instructions on it, unless you want to help spread this scam.
This Facebook scam is used to trick Facebook users into completing surveys, which they the scammers behind it will get paid for.
AVG Antivirus Blocking the Exploit Facebook Scam Type 1926
What is Exploit Facebook Scam Type 1926?
According to AVG antivirus, the Facebook Scam is a malicious code present on fraudulent websites or illegally injected on legitimate but hacked websites without the knowledge of the administrator. The intention behind these code injections is to detect and exploit vulnerabilities on applications installed on your computer to install malicious and unwanted software that compromise the security of all data on the affected PC.
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