The "New Hack on Facebook" Messages are Pranks or Hoaxes - Do Not Post Them
Dec 18, 2016
Facebook users are asked not to post, share, like or comment on messages similar to the ones below, which claim that there is a new hack on Facebook that allows a hacker to post hurtful or offensive comments on their Facebook Wall or Timeline that their friends can see and they can’t. There is no such Facebook hack. The messages, now called the "New Hack on Facebook," are pranks or hoaxes created by sociopaths or psychopaths only to frighten Facebook users into spamming their friends by sharing the fake messages with them.
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The "New Hack on Facebook" pranks started a few years ago, and every year the pranksters slightly modify the message and start the process all over again. Have you ever wonder why no security software company, or even Facebook, has come forward to warn Facebook users about such so-called hack. Well, this is because such hack doesn’t exist. This is why it is important that Facebook users and others verify news sources before posting, sharing, liking, or commenting on certain messages.
Samples of the "New Hack on Facebook" Pranks or Hoaxes
Apparently a new hack on Facebook. Between the comments of your contacts, it includes a hurtful phrase coming from you. Its very dirty, and it would seem that you wrote it. You don't see it, but your friends do. This situation can create many misunderstandings. I would like to say to all my contacts that if something shocking appears, it doesn't come from me and I would be grateful if you let me know. Thank you very much
if you choose copy and paste. Don't share, if you share it will only be visible to the friends we share.
ATTENTION TO ALL: there is a new hack on Facebook. He arises between the comments of your contacts a sentence offensive on your part. It’s really ugly and looks like it came from your profile. You don’t see him, but your friends do.. This can create many offenses and misunderstandings. As well as the porn pictures again. I want to say to all my contacts that if something comes up insulting and malicious, it is not my own. Copy and paste on your wall, do not share, please!!!!”
Hey, there I just got this from a good friend! There is a new hack on Facebook. He/She arises between the comments of your contact’s posts, with an offensive comment. It’s really ugly and looks like it came from you. You don’t see him, but your friends do. This can create many offensive misunderstandings. They also post porn pictures. I want to say to all my contacts that if something comes up in my name that is insulting and malicious, it is not my own. Copy and paste on your wall so others will know. Do not share, please
HEADS UP, EVERYONE!!!! In addition to Porno Videos,and photos, there is a new hack on Facebook. Between the comments of your contacts, it includes a hurtful phrase coming from you. It’s very dirty, and it appears that you who have written it. You do not see it, but your friends do. This situation can create many misunderstandings. I would like to say to all my contacts that if something shocking appears, it absolutely does NOT come from me and I would be grateful if you let me know. Thank you very much! Copy and paste. Do not share! You know me!!!
Facebook users who have already posted, shared, liked or commented on the fake messages, are asked to remove them, to help stop them from spreading to users. Facebook users who need help removing the message, can click here for help.
Remember, the internet is filled with criminals, sociopaths and psychopaths whose jobs are to rob the citizens of the internet and make their lives difficult; like life in the real or physical world is not already hard.
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