New aggressive porn virus spreads on Facebook

 
New aggressive porn virus spreads on Facebook
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A new Facebook-virus tags 20 of your friends in pornographic videos. The virus is malware that is used to hack your computer.

Have you experienced being tagged in a post with pornographic content? Do not click on the video in the post. By doing so you will be prompted to install a plugin, which is an extension to the Google Chrome browser, called Mithv1.

- If you install the program, you are also infected, and then you tag some of your friends with the same virus link, says senior adviser Vidar Sandland in the Center for Information Security.

The pornographic virus video is malware, malware used to hack your computer to steal information.

- This malware infects not only your computer with Trojans to steal information, but it also installs an extension into your browser to access Facebook to continue to spread the content, says Matthias Porolli to the BBC.

Many have been affected by the virus. A man got his computer infected by the virus when he was pressing "Report" to complain about the video to Facebook.

- I have now completely involuntarily sent out hundreds of porn images. Angry people are calling me to complain, he says.

- For three hours I've been on the phone with angry people, trying to explain that I'm not a perv, he says.

Facebook is now working to stop the aggressive computer virus.

Be careful. Do not click any links associated with porn on Facebook.

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