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Facebook users warn: Link to supposed sex video may prompt malware download

/ 12:27 AM April 21, 2021

MANILA, Philippines — Several Facebook users reported being tagged in comments to a post and, then, once they click on the notification, being redirected to a community page urging them to click a link to what appears to be a sex video.

They warned against clicking on the link as it could prompt malware to be downloaded to your device.

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As of this writing, one of the posts where netizens were tagged have over 22,000 comments:

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INQUIRER.net has reached out to Facebook regarding the issue, but it has not responded as of posting time.

The Philippine National Police Anti Cybercrime Group (PNP-ACG) warnS netizens to be wary of sites pretending to be legitimate but are actually designed to obtain information or sensitive details like bank account numbers and passwords.

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