Facebook A Look Back Video Malicious Applications and Scam

Facebook A Look Back Video Malicious Applications and Scam

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Beware of fake Facebook 'Look Back' video invitations, malicious applications and scams that are attempting to trick Facebook users into downloading malware like viruses, Trojan horses, fake applications, by claiming that they need to download and install software in order to view the Facebook 'Look Back' videos. Facebook users DO NOT need to download or install any software or application in order to view their or other Facebook users’ "Look Back" videos.

The Facebook 'Look Back' Video Malicious Post

The Facebook Look Back Video Malicious Post

A Facebook 'Look Back' Video Malicious Facebook Application

A Facebook Look Back Video Malicious Facebook Application

If you are asked or prompt to install an application or go to a website outside of www.facebook.com, then cybercriminals are trying to lure you or trick you into visiting a malicious website, where you will be asked to install malicious Facebook applications, share or like malicious websites or download malware like viruses or Trojan horses.

To view your Facebook 'Look Back' video, please click or go to the link below:

If you are invited to view a Facebook 'Look Back' video, ensure that when you click on the link, it doesn't take you to another website, away from www.facebook.com or ask you to download or install any application. If it does, close the window and return to wwww.facebook.com.

If you think you have already installed one of the Facebook 'Look Back' video or any other malicious Facebook applications, please click here to remove it.

NB. Delete all Facebook applications that you are not aware of or have no knowledge of.

Also, we recommend using one of or both programs below to remove any malicious applications that may have hijacked your web browser:

For information about Facebook 'Look Back' video, including editing it, please click here.

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

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Facebook A Look Back Video Malicious Applications and Scam