Facebook users, if you see the message below, which claims that Facebook needs to confirm your login information (email, phone and password) in order for you to access a video application, ignore or delete it. The fake message is a scam that is being used by cybercriminals to steal Facebook login credentials. Once cybercriminals have stolen Facebook account login credentials, they will hijack the same accounts and use them fraudulently.
The Phishing Facebook Video Application Message
Facebook Video Application (Free)
Facebook needs to confirm the following information to allow access to this application videos,
Email or phone:
This application is not allowed to publish on Facebook.
Facebook users who were tricked by the phishing Facebook video application message, should change their Facebook account passwords immediately, before their accounts are hijacked and use to send spam and fraudulent messages to their Facebook friends.
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