Fake ''dislike'' button deceives Facebook users

 
Fake ''dislike'' button deceives Facebook users
Several users of Facebook has in recent days been fooled by a "feature" that promises to provide early access to the "dislike" button that has been advertised to come.

The problem is that the new button from Facebook is not yet put into production, and the false variant does nothing more than to spread chaos, phishing attacks and malware.

In other words, it infects your computer with insidious spyware of the less pleasant kind.

Then it asks you to fill in personal information disguised as "market research".

Of course this is only done in order to misuse your personal information.

At the same time it sends a false application in a separate e-mail to all your friends and ask them to share or click like.

It also settles on your timeline and spreads like Spam.

The "Dislike" button which has been advertised is thus well underway to create trouble on the network, even before it's put into production.

Related:

Facebook to introduce dislike button

NO, the new Facebook Dislike button will NOT delete posts with 10 dislikes


If you see this application on Facebook, stay clear:

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