Don’t believe the web-hype. Fake links promising unsuspecting web surfers “shocking” videos of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 are scams. Video links are spreading on Twitter and Facebook with titles suggesting that the flight was discovered and that handfuls of passengers have been saved, CNET reports.
How to spot a bad link? Sample hoax links could include headlines such as these:
The Facebook links require those who click to complete a survey similar to ones frequently found on the site that request access to profiles. But in this case the information users provide goes to hackers. CBS News reports the company has removed the links; phishing scams and spam violate the sites community standards.
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