Don't click on these 4 words in Facebook Messenger

A year ago, millions of Facebook users got strange messages from online friends. A simple question with a dark secret. "Is this you?" it asked, with a video link attached.

 Nothing happens when you click it. It instead opens a bogus Facebook login page. If you tried to sign in, criminals may have captured your credentials.

The best way to stay safe is to be aware of all the scams criminals use. Even if the message is from a trusted friend, their profile has probably been hacked

Nuttin' on an unsolicited email or Facebook Messenger message. If a friend sends you something, call them to confirm receipt.

Set up 2FA on all accounts that support it, including social media and banking sites.

Install reliable antivirus on all devices.

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