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Malicious Facebook App - "Do You Want to Know After 20 Years You Will Look Like"

The Facebook application below: "Do you want to know after 20 years you will look like," is a malicious application created by cyber-criminals to steal Facebook users' usernames and passwords, which the cyber-criminals will use to hijack the same Facebook accounts. If the application is posted on your Facebook Wall, Timeline, News-feed or shown in an advertisement, please do not click on it. But, if you have already clicked on the malicious app and followed the instructions it displayed, please change your Facebook password immediately or use the links below to help recover your account.
Malicious Facebook App - "Do You Want to Know After 20 Years You Will Look Like"
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Malicious Facebook App - "Do You Want to Know After 20 Years You Will Look Like"

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Malicious Facebook App - "Do You Want to Know After 20 Years You Will Look Like"

The Facebook application below: "Do you want to know after 20 years you will look like," is a malicious application created by cyber-criminals to steal Facebook users' usernames and passwords, which the cyber-criminals will use to hijack the same Facebook accounts. If the application is posted on your Facebook Wall, Timeline, News-feed or shown in an advertisement, please do not click on it. But, if you have already clicked on the malicious app and followed the instructions it displayed, please change your Facebook password immediately or use the links below to help recover your account.

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The Malicious Facebook App

Malicious App: "Do You Want to Know After 20 Years You Will Look Like"

hello ! Do you want to know after 20 years you will look like? Please Click here to view http://bit .ly/1BDzD84 I tried very fun and interesting
http://appnew2015 .cf/

Clicking on the malicious Facebook app, will take Facebook users to a fake Facebook website (http://appnew2015 .cf/), created by cyber-criminals, to trick potential victims into signing in with their Facebook usernames and passwords. Once the potential victims attempt to sign into the fake Facebook website, their usernames and passwords will be sent to the cyber-criminals who created the fake Facebook website.

With the victims' Facebook credentials, the cyber-criminals will hijack their accounts and use it to send spam, trick their Facebook friends into visiting the same fake Facebook website or attempt to rip them off.

So, if you have already clicked on the malicious app and followed the instructions it displayed, please click here to change your Facebook password right now!

If you are unable to change your password, please click here to attempt to reset it. And, if you are unable to reset your password, please report it to Facebook by clicking here. Facebook will attempt to help you recover your account.

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