Facebook Friend Request Virus

Facebook Friend Request Virus Description

Facebook Friend Request VirusThe Facebook Friend Request Virus belongs to a large family of Trojans that are collectively known as the 'Facebook Virus'. Variants of the Facebook Friend Request Virus are designed to infect Facebook users. The Facebook Friend Request Virus spreads through the Facebook by infecting the victim's Facebook contacts. Once installed, the Facebook Friend Request Virus will try to steal valuable information on your computer. Some of the information that may be compromised as a result of the Facebook Friend Request Virus presence includes your Facebook login information and password, your online banking credentials, credit card information and other personal data. Since the Facebook Friend Request Virus may be a severe threat to your computer's security and to your privacy, the Facebook Friend Request Virus should be removed at once with the help of a strong anti-malware application.

How the Facebook Friend Request Virus Can Compromise Your Contacts Accounts

In most cases, a computer will become infected with the Facebook Friend Request Virus after clicking on a link that was sent out by an infected Facebook account. The main portion of the Facebook Friend Request Virus payload involves taking over the victim's Facebook account to send out messages designed to infect other computer systems with the Facebook Friend Request Virus. Each variant of the Facebook Friend Request Virus uses a different social engineering tactics to tempt a computer user into clicking on a malicious link. This link leads to both a phishing Facebook Web page and to an attack website designed to install malware on your computer. To prevent these kinds of attacks, never click on embedded links contained in unsolicited Facebook messages, even if they are your Facebook friends.

How the Facebook Friend Request Virus May Be Used to Steal Your Private Data

The Facebook Friend Request Virus carries out its scam by sending out friend requests from the hacked account and will also accept friend requests from individuals that may have been blocked by the victim. The Facebook Friend Request Virus may send out more than a hundred random Facebook invitations. The Facebook Friend Request Virus has the ability to interfere with legitimate security software and defend itself from removal. If you suspect that you were infected with the Facebook Friend Request Virus, change your Facebook password, remove this threat with a reliable anti-malware program, remove any unwanted Facebook friends and notify your Facebook contacts of the attack.

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