Fake IBC News Virus Message - "Jackie Chan died or in Hospital"
Dec 21, 2014
Aug 5, 2013
The message below: "Jackie Chan died after perfecting a deadly stunt", is a fake and contains a link to a malicious computer virus or Trojan. Jackie Chan is alive. If you receive this message, please do not click on the link.
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Copies of Some of the Malicious Messages:
Hollywood Breaking News – Jackie Chan died after perfecting a deadly stunt. Jackie Chan falls from a building of 12 floors. C.S.I are currently investigating. Watch the original video of the deadly stunt and their effort to save Jackie Chan. (for 18 years and above)
[Access Hollywood Breaking NEWS] – Jackie Chan chinese legendary star is currently in Good Samaritan Hospital. 1225 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles, CA hanging on to dear life.. He was fallen from a bldg. that was 12 stories high while trying to perform a deadly stunt for his latest drama action movie. The C.S.I is currently investigating the accident for possible causes for his death.
Video footage of the accident can be seen hr of jackie falling to the bldg. and paramedics rushing to save Jackie Chan Watch the F?ll Exclusive Flash Video here ??? http://apps.facebook.com/ibc-_-news/
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