Text Faces (Emoticons)

Text Faces (Emoticons)

Text faces, emoticons, Unicode faces, emojicons, emotes, kaomoji, Japanese emoticons, and other names are categories and names for different text-based emoticons that can be used to create facial expressions from text. The facial expressions can be created using a keyboard or copy and pasted from the web. This page contains a list of text face emoticons that you can copy and paste.

text face emoticons

Popular text faces known as the “Lenny face” ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) and “shrug face” ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Some emoticons use keyboards that most Western keyboards do not have access to. For example, kaomoji is technically what most people are referring to when they say “Japanese emoticons”.  Kaomoji are text-based emoticons that are crafted by utilizing Japanese and other 2-byte characters. Western keyboards don’t have default or easy access to complex characters from different languages unless an app or program is used. English and other similar language keyboards are limited to specific letters and punctuation marks; However, Japanese keyboards can be used to create abstract 2-byte characters and emoticons.

An example if this is the smiley face. The Western version of the smiley face is much more simple and straight forward compared to the complex characters of a Japanese keyboard:

English

:)

Japanese

โ๏∀๏ใ

People all over the world use text faces and emoticons to express how they are feeling, or just to be silly. Text faces are commonly used in online conversations, Facebook messenger, Facebook posts, Tweets on Twitter, text messages, SNS, video games, mobile games, and anywhere text can be inputted with a keyboard.

List of text faces

This is a list of text face emoticons separated into categories. The text faces can be copied and pasted into any text field. You do not need to use a specific keyboard to copy and paste these face emoticons. Some text fields (usually associated with online games) will not recognize specific characters.

Happy text faces

Happy text faces and smiley faces can be used to display happiness, excitement, approval, and more.

(◕‿◕✿) (◠‿◠✿)
(◠﹏◠✿) (*^U^)人(≧V≦*)/
ôヮô ∧( ‘Θ’ )∧
(¤﹏¤) ●‿●
ʕ·ᴥ·ʔ \(^○^)人(^○^)/
ヾ(@⌒▽⌒@)ノ (°∀°)
ヾ| ̄ー ̄|ノ  (☉‿☉✿)
┏(^0^)┛┗(^0^) ┓   (◡‿◡✿)
✿◕ ‿ ◕✿ ヽ(‘ ∇‘ )ノ
 ☆(❁‿❁)☆ ❀◕ ‿ ◕❀
ヽ(^◇^*)/ (•⊙ω⊙•)
!⑈ˆ~ˆ!⑈ (*^ -^*)
(⊙‿⊙✿) ◕3◕
(゚ヮ゚) ¢‿¢
●ᴥ●
(∪ ◡ ∪) ≖‿≖
≧◡≦ ٩◔‿◔۶
。◕ ‿ ◕。 ヾ(@^▽^@)ノ
◃┆◉◡◉┆▷ (✿◠‿◠)
( ̄ー ̄) ╰(◡‿◡✿╰)
~,~   (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧
(*~▽~) ❀‿❀
◕‿◕ (^L^)
(^▽^)   ◕ ◡ ◕
(◕‿◕✿) ( ;´Д`)
⊙﹏⊙   ✿。✿
ヽ(゜∇゜)ノ   。(✿‿✿)。
(´ー`)
q(❂‿❂)p ( ́ ◕◞ε◟◕`)
☆(◒‿◒)☆ (∩▂∩)
(¬‿¬) (^O^)
ʘ‿ʘ (’◎’)
(◜௰◝) (^ー^)
(o´ω`o)  (^з^)-☆
(◕ω◕✿) (づ。◕‿‿◕。)づ
(゚▽^*) (⌒o⌒)
  (。◕‿◕。) ت
(. ゚ー゚) १✌˚◡˚✌५
\(●~▽~●) (*˘︶˘*)
(✪㉨✪) (ᅌᴗᅌ* )
^L^ (\/) (°„°) (\/)
\(*^▽^*)/ (◠△◠✿)
( ಠ◡ಠ ) (〃^∇^)ノ
^^ |◔◡◉|
(●⌒∇⌒●) ⊂◉‿◉つ
✌.ʕʘ‿ʘʔ.✌ (*・∀・*)人(*・∀・*)
\(^-^)/ ∩(︶▽︶)∩
(☉∀☉) (´ω`)
●﹏● ( ´∀`)☆
•ᴥ• ✿◕ ‿ ◕✿
(≧◡≦) (◡‿◡✿)
(・ェ-) ^‿^
٩(̾●̮̮̃̾•̃̾)۶ ≖‿≖
(⊙ω⊙✿) ٩(-̮̮̃•̃)
 (´・ω・`) ◤(¬‿¬)◥
^.^ (•‿•)
(^⊆^) ^( ‘‿’ )^
☆d(o⌒∇⌒o)b ∑(゜Д゜;)
(▰˘◡˘▰) (• ε •)
 ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) (\/) (°,,°) (\/)
( ̄(エ) ̄) {◕ ◡ ◕}
(>‘o’)>
(❀‿❀) < (^^,) >
ヾ(●⌒∇⌒●)ノ ( ´∀`)
☾˙❀‿❀˙☽ °٢°
^o^ (=゚ω゚)ノ
٩(●̮̮̃•̃)۶ (☞゚∀゚)☞
(=゜ω゜)  (。✿‿✿。)
ó‿ó ◎[▪‿▪]◎
(▰˘◡˘▰) (︶ω︶)
(ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧ (◠ω◠✿)
٩(^‿^)۶ (●*∩_∩*●)
٩(-̮̮̃-̃)۶ <丶´Д`>
 (✿◠‿◠) ヽ(´▽`)ノ
(°⌣°) ☆(❁‿❁)☆
(० ्०) ٩(-̮̮̃•̃)۶
(╹ェ╹) ᵔᴥᵔ
•(⌚_⌚)• ヽ( ´ ∇ ` )ノ
(ミ ̄ー ̄ミ) (─‿‿─)
  ~(^з^)- (*≗*)
⊙ω⊙ (´・ω・`)
(。◕‿◕。) .=^.^=
(◠︿◠✿)
(`・ω・´) ´ ▽ ` )ノ
(´∀`) (◑‿◐)
ヽ(゚ー゚*ヽ)ヽ(*゚ー゚*)ノ(ノ*゚ー゚)ノ ˚ᆺ˚
ヽ(〃^▽^〃)ノ 。◕‿◕。
 ❀◕ ‿ ◕❀ ( °٢° )
Ü (●´ω`●)
<(‘o'<) ◕‿◕
 ᵔᴥᵔ ◙‿◙

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Sad text faces

Sad text faces can be used to display sadness, disapproval, despair, shame, pity, and more.

ಥ_ಥ (-’๏_๏’-)
˚⌇˚ o(╥﹏╥)o
(⊙﹏⊙✿) ●︿●
( /)w(\✿) (╯︵╰,)
 (︶︹︺) (◡﹏◡✿)
(✖﹏✖) ‘︿’
v( ‘.’ )v ◄.►
(ㄒoㄒ) ⊙︿⊙
(◕︿◕✿) ਉ_ਉ
┐(‘~`;)┌ (︶︹︺)
흫_흫 ب_ب
╮(─▽─)╭ ಥ‿ಥ
(-’_’-) (╥╥)
(•̪●) (∩︵∩)
(o_-) (。-_-。)
(╯_╰) (╥_╥)
v(ಥ ̯ ಥ)v <(‘.'<)
ಠ,ಥ (◕︵◕)
(´ヘ`() (✖╭╮✖)
(◕﹏◕✿) (+_+)
★~(◠︿◕✿) (*´д`*)
(◡△◡✿) ٩(×̯×)۶
(ノ_・。) ┐(‘~`;)┌
(つд`) (✖╭╮✖)
ಥ⌣ಥ இ_இ
✖‿✖

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Angry text faces

Angry text faces can be used to display anger, frustration, disapproval, madness, and more.

٩(͡๏̮͡๏)۶ ಠ益ಠ
ლ(́◉◞౪◟◉‵ლ) ლ(´∀`ლ)
ↁ_ↁ щ(ಠ益ಠщ)
(-_- )ノ o(≧o≦)o
(ಠ_ರ) 〴⋋_⋌〵
щ(ಥДಥщ) (┛❍ᴥ❍)┛彡┻━┻
( ̄□ ̄) \ᇂ_ᇂ\
☉▵☉凸 (◡︿◡✿)
┬──┬ ノ( ゜-゜ノ) (⋋▂⋌)
ಠ╭╮ಠ ಠoಠ
╚(•⌂•)╝ ヾ(`ε´)ノ
(॓_॔) ‷̗ↂ凸ↂ‴̖
(>.<) ┬─┬ノ( º _ ºノ)
(ノಥ益ಥ)ノ ┻━┻ ►.◄
(ノಠ益ಠ)ノ彡┻━┻ (╯°□°)╯︵ /(.□. \)
┬──┬ ¯\_(ツ) (ʘ∇ʘ)ク 彡 ┻━┻
⋋_⋌ ◔_◔
ಠ_ృ ┬─┬ノ( º _ ºノ)
(͡๏̯͡๏) щ(゚Д゚щ)
ᕦ(ò_óˇ)ᕤ (≧o≦)
(⊙̃.o ヾ(゚д゚)ノ
( ゚д゚) ┻━┻ ︵ ლ(ಠ益ಠლ)
⊙.◎) ».«
ლ(́◉◞౪◟◉‵ლ) ᇂﮌᇂ)
ヽ(`Д´)ノ ಠ▃ಠ
(╹◡╹)凸 ლ(゚д゚ლ)
ლ(́◉◞౪◟◉‵ლ ⇎_⇎ ॓_॔
{(>_<)} ┬──┬ ︵(╯。□。)╯
ಠ~ಠ ~̯~
מּ_מּ לּ_לּ (╯ಠ_ರೃ)╯︵ ┻━┻
凸(¬‿¬)凸 (ι´Д`)ノ
(-”-) (┛◉Д◉)┛彡┻━┻
ヽ(o`皿′o)ノ ヽ(๏∀๏ )ノ
(≧ω≦) ┻━┻ ︵ヽ(`Д´)ノ︵ ┻━┻
(╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻  ˙0˙
(×̯×) (*´Д`)ハァハァ
►_◄ أ ̯ أ
(◣_◢) (╯◕_◕)╯
(╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻ ಠ_ಠ
ლ(╹◡╹ლ) /(ò.ó)┛彡┻━┻
  凸(¬‿¬)凸 (ノಠ益ಠ)ノ彡┻━┻
(ノÒ益Ó)ノ彡▔▔▏ ( ̄へ ̄)
ლ(╹ε╹ლ) (╯°□°)╯︵ /( ‿⌓‿ )\
॓_॔ ¬_¬
ᇂ_ᇂ ಠ_ಠ
>.< Ծ_Ծ
(¬_¬) (≖︿≖✿)
 ≧∇≦ (┛◉Д◉)┛彡┻━┻
(◡ω◡✿)   ˇ︿ˇ
╭∩╮(︶︿︶)╭∩╮ 句_句
★~(◡︿◡✿)

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Love text faces

Love faces can be used to show cuteness, love, and more.

♥‿♥ ★~(◡‿◡✿)
(ノ・ω・)ノ ★~(◡︿◕✿)
♥╣[-_-]╠♥ (⌒_⌒)
 >‿‿◕ ★~(◡△◕✿)
⎝ᄽ⏝⏠⎠ (~ ̄▽ ̄)~
★~(◡﹏⊙✿) ★~(◠﹏◕✿)
(◕‿-) ★~(◡﹏◕✿)
★~(◠﹏⊙✿) ★~(◠ω◕✿)
 ♥╭╮♥ ★~(◡‿⊙✿)
(。♥‿♥。) ★~(◡△⊙✿)
★~(◠‿◕✿) v(=∩_∩=)フ
♥╭╮♥ (ΘεΘ
★~(◡‿◕✿) ★~(◡ω◕✿)
( ^▽^)σ)~O~) ★~(◠△◕✿)
(✿ ♥‿♥) ★~(◠△⊙✿)
(╯3╰) ★~(◠ω⊙✿)
★~(◡△◡✿) ★~(◡﹏◡✿)
  (●´ω`●) ★~(◡︿⊙✿)
☼.☼ ★~(◠︿⊙✿)
★~(◡ω◡✿) ヘ(^_^ヘ)
(n˘v˘•)¬ ( ・_・)♡
★~(◡ω⊙✿)

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Fun text faces

Fun faces and party faces can be used to show excitement, approval, and more.

  ♨(⋆‿⋆)♨ ヾ( ~▽~)ツ ♪
┌|゜з゜|┘└|゜ε゜|┐┌|゜э゜|┘ ヽ(゚▽゚*)乂(*゚▽゚)ノ
〜(^∇^〜)(〜^∇^)〜 \m/(>.<)\m/
\(^\)(/^)/\(^\)(/^)/ ♪└|∵|┐♪└|∵|┘♪┌|∵|┘♪ ♪└|∵┌|└| ∵ |┘|┐∵|┘
˘˛˘ ♪ ♬ ヾ(´︶`♡)ノ ♬ ♪
d|–|b ヘ( ̄▽ ̄*)ノ
┌( ಠ_ಠ)┘ (づ ̄ ³ ̄)づ
ヾ(〃^∇^)ノ @(ᵕ.ᵕ)@
d(–)b (*≧ω<*)人(*ゝω≦*)
۹⌤_⌤۹ \(▽ ̄\( ̄▽ ̄)/ ̄▽)/
ヾ(*´∀`*)ノ \(^ω^\)
ヽ(∇⌒ヽ)(ノ⌒∇)ノ ☜(⌒▽⌒)☞
〜( ̄▽ ̄〜)(〜 ̄▽ ̄)〜 ♨(⋆‿⋆)♨

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Miscellaneous text faces

Miscellaneous text faces (such as a text face holding a gun or flexing muscles) are fun and random text faces. They can be used for a variety of purposes.

ಠ◡ಠ ●_●
乂◜◬◝乂 ◘_◘
⊂•⊃_⊂•⊃ ๏̯͡๏
{•̃̾_•̃̾} ⋋ō_ō`
טּ_טּ |˚–˚|
(″・ิ_・ิ)っ ◔̯◔
(⊙ヮ⊙) ◑.◑
〠_〠 (・∀・ )
༺‿༻ 【•】_【•】
(°ロ°)☝ (╯ಊ╰)
((((゜д゜))) ( ̄。 ̄)
(⊙_◎) (O.O)
(。・_・。) ◐.̃◐
(⊙⊙)(⊙⊙)(⊙⊙) ( ̄。 ̄)~zzz
ಸ_ಸ *-*
‹(•¿•)› ‘Ω’
(  ゚,_ゝ゚) (►.◄)
( ͡° ͜ʖ ( ͡° ͜ʖ ( ͡° ͜ʖ ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) ͜ʖ ͡°)ʖ ͡°)ʖ ͡°) ~_~
◪_◪ ⊙▃⊙
(⊙△⊙✿) ๏_๏
¯\(©¿©) /¯ O.o
$_$ <【☯】‿【☯】>
~(⊕⌢⊕)~ ¿(❦﹏❦)?
̿̿’̿’\̵͇̿̿\=(•̪●)=/̵͇̿̿/’̿̿ ̿ ̿ ̿ õ.O
<(‘ .’ )> ‹•.•›
\˚ㄥ˚\ (◕△◕✿)
^( ‘-‘ )^ v_v
٩(͡๏̯͡๏)۶ ۞_۞
(╥﹏╥) (⊙︿⊙✿)
┬┴┬┴┤( ͡° ͜ʖ├┬┴┬┴ ⇎_⇎
(ு८ு) ໖_໖
ᕙ(⇀‸↼‶)ᕗ ( ´_⊃`)
̿̿’̿’\̵͇̿̿\=(•̪●)=/̵͇̿̿/’̿̿ ̿ ̿ ̿

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How to Download SoundCloud Songs

How to Download SoundCloud Songs

3 Methods: Use Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Apple Safari  |  Use a Browser Extension  |  Use SoundFlush Service

SoundCloud is a popular social media platform that users can use to record, upload, and download songs in order to share them with others around the web. A lot of songs on SoundCloud are available for download directly from the site. Users are able to let others download their songs for free. However, in some cases, users will disable downloads, which means that other methods will need to be used to download a song from SoundCloud. Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Apple Safari web browsers have default tools that will you to download a SoundCloud song by inspecting the page and locating the correct file. There are also many free browser extensions that can be used to download songs and websites that will allow you to copy and paste a link in order to download a song.

download soundcloud songs

Use Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Apple Safari

Chrome, Firefox, and Safari browsers provide default access to developer tools. The developer tools will allow you to inspect the SoundCloud page to locate song file. Once the song file is found you will be able to manually download the song.

If you can, use the download link provided by the artist if the download is available and the download limit has not been reached yet. The download link or button can usually be found beneath the song. Using the download button will help promote the SoundCloud artist and boost their download numbers. It will also result in the high-quality version of the file. It is only recommended to follow this method if free downloads are not available and you can’t purchase the music online.

1. Open the page for the SoundCloud song you want to download. To open the page for the song you want to download go to the artist’s main page and click on the song.

2. Open the developer tools in your browser. Press the F12 button or right click on the page and click inspect.

3. Click the Network tab.

soundcloud network

4. Reload the webpage with the song you want to download. Make sure the song is playing. The Network tab will reset and various entries will begin to appear. The entries can be organized by Type, Size, and Time.

5. Sort the Network tab by “Size” so that the largest objects are shown at the top of the list. The SoundCloud song file is usually near the top of the list and should be the largest file. The “Type” column should indicate that the song is, media, audio/mpeg, or mpeg. You can also sort the Network tab by “Type” to locate the particular type of file.

6. Right click the SoundCloud song in the list and select “Open in a new tab.” If you opened the correct file you the song will begin to play and you will notice media playback buttons. If the song does not open in a new tab then you have selected the wrong entry in the Network tab.

7. Right click the page and select Save as… to save the song file to your computer.

Use a Browser Extension

There are many free browser add-ons and extensions that can be used to download SoundCloud songs in Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, Internet Explorer, and more. A suggested browser extension for Google Chrome is SoundCloud Downloader Free.

Use SoundFlush Service

1. Open the SoundCloud page for the song you want to download and copy the song’s entire URL from the address bar to your clipboard.

2. Go to soundflush.com and input the song URL into the text field.

3. Click the Download button.

soundflush

4. Right-click on the link and select “Save link as“. This will open a window allowing you to save your new MP3 file to your computer.

What is VC_RED File in Windows? Should I Delete it?

What is VC_RED File in Windows? Should I Delete it?

We were recently asked a question by one of our readers:

What is VC_RED file in Windows? I did not download it and it randomly appeared on my external drive with other files? Is it a virus? Please help.

The VC_RED file (or vc_red file) is a harmless and vital file associated with the VC_RED program on a Microsoft Windows based personal computer. VC_RED. The file and associated files are installation files for the Visual C++ Redistributable. When you install some software, they will need Microsoft Visual C++ which is already installed on a Microsoft Windows computer.

vc_red

If you delete VC_RED file from Windows it can render some applications unusable. However, if you notice these files have randomly placed themself on your external drive they are safe to delete because they are simply installation files and not the actual program. It is unknown how these files may have been placed on an external drive. If you suspect that your computer is infected with malware or some sort of potentially unwanted program (PUP) it is recommended to scan your computer with an Antimalware program such as Malwarebytes to locate and eradicate malicious files from your computer.

Associated Files

  • install.exe
  • install.res.1028.dll
  • install.res.1031.dll
  • install.res.1033.dll
  • install.res.1036.dll
  • install.res.1040.dll
  • install.res.1041.dll
  • install.res.1042.dll
  • install.res.2052.dll
  • install.res.3082.dll
  • vcredist.bmp
  • globdata.ini
  • install.ini
  • eula.1028.txt
  • eula.1031.txt
  • eula.1033.txt
  • eula.1036.txt
  • eula.1040.txt
  • eula.1041.txt
  • eula.1042.txt
  • eula.2052.txt
  • eula.3082.txt
  • vc_redist.msi
  • vc_redist.cab

How to remove SaferPass (Virus Removal Guide)

How to remove SaferPass (Virus Removal Guide)

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This SaferPass removal guide contains steps to remove SaferPass virus, malware, and other potentially unwanted programs and extensions from your browser and computer.

  • Downloads and installs automatically and without user consent
  • Modifies home page, new tab page, shortcut, and default search settings
  • Bundles with malware, adware, potentially unwanted programs (PUPs), spyware, and other malicious files

What is SaferPass?

SaferPass by SaferPass s.r.o. (or other publisher) is promoted as a program and browser extension that can help you manage your passwords and sync them across your PC and devices. The program is recognized by Antivirus and Antimalware programs as a potentially unwanted program and browser attachment that that can possibly be deceptive. In addition, the potentially unwanted program is known to bundle with software that has the capabilities to replace your homepage, new tab page, and search engine with a commercial website in order to hijack your search results and generate revenue from search content and advertisements once it is installed. It will also show an icon in the browser menu that when clicked will redirect users to the same website.

SaferPass

Ads displayed by this program and programs that it may bundle with will usually contain text somewhere on them that says something like “Ads by SaferPass” or “Brought by SaferPass.”

In addition to these issues, the potentially unwanted program will cause other symptoms which include:

  • Pop-up ads, pop-under ads, in-text ads, and banner advertisements
  • Sponsored search results and new advertisements that appear when you search the web
  • Modified homepage, new tab page, and search engine
  • Slow and sluggish computer
  • Internet browser crash
  • Can bundle with malware, PUPs, adware, spyware, and other threats

A major concern with SaferPass is that it bundles along with and is advertised alongside other potentially unwanted programs, malware, and potentially malicious trace files that can remain hidden on your computer system. If you did not install SaferPass but find it installed on your computer it is likely that the threat was part of a package alongside other malicious objects that should be removed as soon as possible.

SaferPass is not technically defined as a computer virus but this adware is still a threat to your privacy and can be the sign of a severe malware infection. The internet security community strongly recommends that you remove SaferPass if you find it installed on your machine or attached to your internet browser as a browser add-on or extension and use reputable Antivirus or Anti-Malware software to eradicate any existing malicious files.

SaferPass distribution procedures

This potentially unwanted program is usually distributed like most common unwanted programs are. The potentially unwanted program can be contracted via free downloadable content, including freeware and torrent files. It may also be advertised as something it is not in order to trick victims into installing it and other potentially unwanted programs and malware.

SaferPass virus

The publisher claims to no longer bundle with freeware; However, the potentially unwanted program is still advertised across malicious websites. The program is usually advertised on websites that contain prohibited content such as video streaming websites, file sharing websites, torrent websites, and pornography websites. These websites will also advertise malware and other threats. The advertisements that promote this extension may also promote other threats if clicked.

The potentially unwanted program is often bolstered by third-party download managers for freeware programs. The download managers may offer this adware as a custom install and give the user a chance to accept or decline the offer to install this extension and others. If the user does not opt out the program will install in the background. The way that the custom installation is presented may also be inadequate and designed to trick the user into installing programs they did not mean to install. It’s advised to be alert when installing free programs from the internet and keep an eye out for custom installation presentations to avoid any confusion and security risks.


How to remove SaferPass (Removal Guide)


STEP 1: Scan your computer for malware

The best way to remove SaferPass and other threats from your computer is to scan your computer for malware using Malwarebytes Anti-Malware and HitmanPro softawre. Malwarebytes and HitmanPro will locate and eradicate this threat and other malicious files installed on your machine automatically.

1. Download and Install Malwarebytes Anti-Malware software to run a scan and remove malicious files from your computer.

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2. Once installed, open Malwarebytes and click the Scan Now button – or go to the Scan tab and click the Start Scan button.

3. When the Malwarebytes scan is complete click the Remove Selected button.

4. To finish the Malwarebytes scan and remove detected malware click the Finish button and reboot your computer if promoted to do so.

5. Download and Install HitmanPro by Surfright to perform a second-opinion scan and remove any remaining malicious trace files.

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6. Once installed, open HitmanPro and click Next to start scanning your computer. *If you are using the free version you may chose to create a copy or perform a one-time scan.

7. When the HitmanPro scan is complete click the Next button.

8. To activate the free version of HitmanPro: enter your email address twice and click the Activate button.

9. Click the Reboot button.

Your computer should now be free of SaferPass and other threats completely; However, you can still use the manual repair and uninstall instructions below if your browser settings have not been repaired or if you think an unwanted program is still installed on your machine.


STEP 2: Manually repair your browser settings

If your browser settings have been changed use these instructions to manually repair your settings.


STEP 3: Manually uninstall programs

If you are infected with adware and other unwanted programs you might be able to manually uninstall programs from your computer. Use these instructions to uninstall unwanted programs that may have installed on your machine. If you do not find a program installed on your machine make sure to scan your computer for malware using the instructions above.

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TIPS: How to stay protected against future infections

The key to staying protected against future infections is to follow common online guidelines and take advantage of reputable Antivirus and Anti-Malware security software with real-time protection.

Real-time security software

Security software like Malwarebytes and Norton Security have real-time features that can block malicious files before they spread across your computer. These programs bundled together can establish a wall between your computer and cyber criminals.

download norton security
Common Online Guidelines
  • Backup your computer and personal files to an external drive or online backup service
  • Create a restore point on your computer in case you need to restore your computer to a date before infection
  • Avoid downloading and installing apps, browser extensions, and programs you are not familiar with
  • Avoid downloading and installing apps, browser extensions, and programs from websites you are not familiar with – some websites use their own download manager to bundle additional programs with the initial download
  • Avoid visiting fake “spyware removal” blogs and websites that promote “spyware removal software.” These are usually malicious websites designed to phish your personal information, infect your computer with a rogue program and trick you into paying for rogue “spyware removal software.”
  • If you plan to download and install freeware, open source software, or shareware make sure to be alert when you install the object and read all the instructions presented by the download manager
  • Avoid torrents and P2P clients
  • Do not open email messages from senders you do not know

How to remove HOWDECRYPT (Virus Removal Guide)

How to remove HOWDECRYPT (Virus Removal Guide)

HOWDECRYPT

The HOWDECRYPT virus (also known as the how_decrypt virus) is dangerous  malware categorized as ransomware or a cryptovirus, that similar to CryptorBit and CryptoDefense, and targets all versions of the Microsoft Windows Operating System including Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8. When infected with the HOWDECRYPT virus, this ransomware will scan your computer and encrypt any data file it finds regardless of the file type or extension.

HOWDECRYPT virus

The HOWDECRYPT virus locks a computer system, encrypts the files on the machine, and demands a fine to de-encrypt the files and release the computer. The HOWDECRYPT virus will create a HowDecrypt.txt file and a HowDecrypt.gif in every Windows folder that HOWDECRYPT encrypts. The GIF and TXT files that download alongside the HOWDECRYPT virus will contain instructions to access a fraudulent payment website that pay the fake ransom. The HOWDECRYPT payment site is located on the Tor network and you can only make the payment in Bitcoins.

When HOW_DECRYPT encrypts a file it does not actually encrypt the entire file, instead the HOW_DECRYPT virus replaces the first 512 bytes of the file.

The message displayed by the HOWDECRYPT virus is utilized in order to scare victims into paying an unnecessary ransom. If you are infected with HOWDECRYPT malware do not pay the fine and do not click any links or available navigation buttons! Instead use the free removal instructions below or seek professional assistance.

The message displayed on the common HOWDECRYPT screen is listed below:

All files including videos, photos, and documents, etc on your computer are encrypted.
Encrypition was produced using a unique public key genereated for this computer. To decrypt files, you need to obtain the private key.
The single copy of the private key, which will allow you to decrypt the files, located on a sevrec server on the Internet; the server will destroy the key after a time specified in this window. After that, nobody and never will be able to restore files.

1. In order to decrypt the files, open site
4sfxctgp53imlvzk.onion.to/index.php and follow the instructions.

(end sample, start new sample)

File Decryption costs ~ $ 500.

In order to decrypt the files, you need to perform the following steps:
1. You should download and install this browser http://www.torproject.org/projects/torbrowser.html.en
2. After installation, run the browser and enter the address: 4sfxctgp53imlvzk.onion
3. Follow the instructions on the web-site. We remind you that the sooner you do, the more chances are left to recover the files.

Guaranteed recovery is provided within 10 days.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

Your Personal CODE: 00000001-xxxxxx

As you can see this message is primarily used to frighten victims of this dangerous computer infection. In reality, this message is only produced to cause further complications. Please note, messages and lock-screens may vary.

If you paid the fine please contact your credit card or bank institutions to dispute charges and receive further safety instructions.

How did HOWDECRYPT virus get on my computer?

HOWDECRYPT virus is usually distributed via malicious spam email attachments, exploit kits, and instant message spam. The ransomware employs social engineering in order to trick unsuspecting victims into downloading a file under the guise that it is something it is not. Once the file is manually executed by the user ransomware will begin to advance on the computer system and carry through it’s various functions.

Email spam messages that spread this ransomare will often claim to be receipts, invoices, payments, or contain other similar information.


How to remove HOWDECRYPT virus and decrypt files

This thor virus removal guide will help you remove thor ransomware from your computer and recover files encrypted with the .thor extension.

1. Download and Install Recuva by Pirform.

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2. Run the program and start the Recuva Wizard.

3. Select All Files and click Next.

4. Select a file location. Click I’m not sure to search everywhere on your computer.

5. Click Start.

6. Select All Files with your mouse and click the Recover button. If you cannot restore your files with Recuva we recommend to try using Shadow Explorer to restore your files.

7. Download and Install Malwarebytes Anti-Malware software to detect and remove malicious files from your computer.

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8. Open Malwarebytes and click the Scan Now button – or go to the Scan tab and click the Start Scan button.

9. Once the Malwarebytes scan is complete click the Remove Selected button.

10. To finish the Malwarebytes scan and remove detected threats click the Finish button and restart your computer if promoted to do so.

11. Download and Install HitmanPro by Surfright to perform a second-opinion scan.

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12. Open HitmanPro and click Next to start scanning your computer. *If you are using the free version you may chose to create a copy or perform a one-time scan.

13. Once the HitmanPro scan is complete click the Next button.

14. To activate the free version of HitmanPro: enter your email address twice and click the Activate button.

15. Click the Reboot button.

16. Download and Install CCleaner by Piriform to cleanup junk files, repair your registry, and manage settings that may have been changed.

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17. Open CCleaner and go to the main Cleaner screen. Click the Analyze button. When the process is complete, click the Run Cleaner button on the bottom right of the program interface.

18. Go to Tools > Startup and search for suspicious entries in each tab starting from Windows all the way to Content Menu. If you find anything suspicious click it and click the Delete button to remove it.

19. Go to the Registry window and click the Scan for Issues button. When the scan is complete click the Fix selected issues… button and click Fix All Selected Issues.


How to stay protected against future infections

The key to staying protected against future infections is to follow common online guidelines and take advantage of reputable Antivirus and Anti-Malware security software with real-time protection.

Real-time security software

Security software like Malwarebytes and Norton Security have real-time features that can block malicious files before they spread across your computer. These programs bundled together can establish a wall between your computer and cyber criminals.

download norton security
Common Online Guidelines

  • Backup your computer and personal files to an external drive or online backup service
  • Create a restore point on your computer in case you need to restore your computer to a date before infection
  • Avoid downloading and installing apps, browser extensions, and programs you are not familiar with
  • Avoid downloading and installing apps, browser extensions, and programs from websites you are not familiar with – some websites use their own download manager to bundle additional programs with the initial download
  • If you plan to download and install freeware, open source software, or shareware make sure to be alert when you install the object and read all the instructions presented by the download manager
  • Avoid torrents and P2P clients
  • Do not open email messages from senders you do not know
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Marlboro isn’t giving away 5 free cigarette cartons

Marlboro isn’t giving away 5 free cigarette cartons

A scam circulating on Facebook claims that you can “get 5 free Marlboro cigarette cartons to celebrate their 100th Anniversary.” The scam takes control of Facebook accounts, sends messages to friends, and publishes posts on the users behalf. The scam will also direct victims to a survey-scam website designed to phish manually submitted user information.

Get 5 Free MARLBORO cigarette cartons to celebrate 100th Anniversary

Is Marlboro giving away 5 free cigarette cartons?

No, Marlboro is not giving away 5 free cigarette cartons to celebrate their 100th Anniversary. For starters, Philip Morris launched the Marlboro brand in 1924, which would make Marlboro 92 years old. This is a long-lasting scam that has been around for many years. The hoax will slightly change overtime, for example, one hoax claimed that you could get 2 Free Marlboro cigarette cartons to celebrate 110th Birthday.

You will not get 5 free Marlboro cigarette cartons to celebrate their 100th Anniversary if you complete surveys or follow any other type of instructions you find online. Do not hand-over your personal information to any source that claims you can get 5 free Marlboro cigarette cartons by completing any type of instructions.

This scam is dangerous

This scam is dangerous because it is a phishing scam that has the capabilities to take control of your Facebook account to publish posts and message your friends on your behalf. The phishing scam employs useless surveys to gather manually submitted user information, including your name, home address, telephone number, and email address. The information it collects about you is primarily used for a variety of marketing purposes. The information will likely be distributed to a variety of third-parties.

Get 5 Free MARLBORO cigarette cartons survey

If you submit your information to these surveys you can expect unwanted email spam, junk mail at home, and telephone calls from telemarketers, robocallers, and scammers.

Furthermore, the survey websites associated with this scam contain malicious web scripts that will attack your Facebook account in order to take control of it and post content and send messages on your behalf. The posts that will be published usually promote similar scams.

  • Gathers your personal information through surveys
  • Can hijack your Facebook account, send messages to your friends, and publish posts on your behalf

If you visit the website it is recommended to change your Facebook password and uninstall apps you do not recognize afterwards. To change your Facebook password log into your Facebook account and go to Settings. To locate and remove any rogue apps that may have been installed log into your Facebook account, go to Settings, click Apps, and search for any rogue apps. To remove a rogue app click the X.

Post example

Once the scam has control of a Facebook account it will send messages and publish posts on the user’s behalf. The messages and posts usually promote the initial scam. This is how the scam circulates on the social network.

Get 5 Free MARLBORO cigarette cartons to celebrate 100th Anniversary!
Per Person - (5) Claim now!
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Facebook is not going to use your photos and status updates

Facebook is not going to use your photos and status updates

Facebook privacy hoaxes have been around since the beginning of the social network. Facebook privacy hoaxes usually spread by Facebook status updates published by users who have been duped by the hoax.

Facebook is now a public entity

One of the latest Facebook privacy hoaxes claims that Facebook will use your photos and profile status updates. The hoax claims that if you copy and paste content into a new Facebook post you will disallow Facebook from using your content. It further claims that if Facebook violates your published post that they will be punished by law. However, this is not true. It’s a hoax.

Example

Better to be safe than sorry. An attorney advised us to post this. Good enough for me. The violation of privacy can be punished by law (UCC 1-308- 1 1 308-103 and the Rome Statute). NOTE: Facebook is now a public entity. All members must post a note like this. If you do not publish a statement at least once, it will be tacitly understood that you are allowing the use of your photos, as well as the information contained in your profile status updates. I HEREBY STATE THAT I DO NOT GIVE MY PERMISSION.
If you prefer, you can copy and paste.

For starters, Facebook is not going to use your photos and status updates without your permission. And second of all, posting a paragraph in a Facebook post that says “I HEREBY STATE THAT I DO NOT GIVE MY PERMISSION” will not benefit you.

One older Facebook privacy hoax claim that Facebook will be charging $5.99 to keep your information private. There are many other privacy hoaxes and you can read some examples on this old post. Most of the privacy hoaxes are very similar and mention UCC 1-308- 1 1 308-103 and the Rome Statute.

What you can do

If you come across a Facebook post that says “Facebook is now a public entity. All members must post a note like this. If you do not publish a statement at least once, it will be tacitly understood that you are allowing the use of your photos, as well as the information contained in your profile status updates. I HEREBY STATE THAT I DO NOT GIVE MY PERMISSION.” let your friend know that it is a hoax and that the post does not benefit them in the slightest bit.

Facebook Privacy Hoaxes (Debunked)

Facebook Privacy Hoaxes (Debunked)

Facebook Privacy Hoaxes

Some of the most popular hoaxes on Facebook are Facebook privacy policy change hoaxes. Facebook privacy hoaxes are usually circulated via email messages or Facebook posts. You might have noticed a friend or two posting something along the lines of “WARNING!!! FACEBOOK HAS CHANGED THEIR PRIVACY SETTINGS ONCE MORE!!! DUE TO THE NEW “GRAPH APP” ANYONE ON FACEBOOK (INCLUDING OTHER COUNTRIES) CAN SEE YOUR PICTURES, LIKES, AND COMMENTS.” on their timeline, which shows up on your newsfeed.

I do not give Facebook or any entities associated with Facebook permission to use my pictures, information, or posts

September 2015 (Example)

This particular Facebook privacy settings hoax never dies. It has been repackaged, reworded, and resurrected numerous times. For starters, Facebook is not going to use your photos and status updates.

Here are some examples of the recent Facebook privacy hoaxes and how they are worded differently.

Facebook Privacy Policy Change (Examples)

WARNING!!! FACEBOOK HAS CHANGED THEIR PRIVACY SETTINGS ONCE MORE!!! DUE TO THE NEW “GRAPH APP” ANYONE ON FACEBOOK (INCLUDING OTHER COUNTRIES) CAN SEE YOUR PICTURES, LIKES, AND COMMENTS. 

The next 2 weeks I will be posting this, and please once you have done it please post DONE! Those of you who do not keep my information from going out to the public, I will have to DELETE YOU! I want to stay PRIVATELY connected with you. I post shots of my family that I don't want strangers to have access to!!! This happens when our friends click "like" or "comment"... automatically, their friends would see our posts too. Unfortunately, we cannot change this setting by ourselves because Facebook has configured it that way. PLEASE place your mouse over my name above (DO NOT CLICK), a window will appear, now move the mouse on “FRIENDS" (also without clicking), then down to "Settings", click here and a list will appear. REMOVE the CHECK on "LIFE EVENTS" and "COMMENTS & LIKES". By doing this, my activity among my friends and family will no longer become public. Now, copy and paste this on your wall. Once I see this posted on your page, I will do the same.
DUE TO THE NEW “GRAPH APP” ANYONE ON FACEBOOK (INCLUDING OTHER COUNTRIES) CAN SEE YOUR PICTURES, LIKES, AND COMMENTS. 

The next 2 weeks I will be posting this, and please once you have done it please post DONE! Those of you who do not keep my information from going out to the public, I will have to delete you. I want to stay PRIVATELY connected with you. I post shots of my family that ...I don't want strangers to have access to!!! This happens when our friends click "like" or "comment"... automatically, their friends would see our posts too. Unfortunately, we cannot change this setting by ourselves because Facebook has configured it that way. PLEASE place your mouse over my name above (DO NOT CLICK), a window will appear, now move the mouse on “FRIENDS" (also without clicking), then down to "Settings", click here and a list will appear. REMOVE the CHECK on "LIFE EVENTS" and "COMMENTS & LIKES". By doing this, my activity among my friends and family will no longer become public. Now, copy and paste this on your wall. Once I see this posted on your page, I will do the same. THANK YOU
To all my FB friends, may I request you to please do something for me: I want to stay PRIVATELY connected with you. However, with the recent changes in FB, the public can now see activities in any wall. This happens when our friends hit “like” or “comment”, automatically, their friends would see our posts too. Unfortunately, we cannot change this setting by ourselves because Facebook has configured it this way. So I need your help. Only you can do this for me. PLEASE place your mouse over my name above (do not click), a window will appear, now move the mouse on “FRIENDS” (also without clicking), then down to “Settings”, click here and a list will appear. REMOVE the CHECK on “COMMENTS & LIKE” by clicking on it. By doing this, my activity amongst my friends and my family will no longer become public. Many thanks! Paste this on your wall so your contacts would follow suit too, that is, if you care about your privacy.
ATTENTION ALL MY CONTACTS

 With changes in FB, everyone can now access information from persons who are not in contacts. All that is needed is for this person who is not in your list of friends to comment or click on “like” to access your information.

I do not want people that I have not selected as contacts on FB to access my information but I can’t change it myself.

……I ask you, therefore, 
to point the mouse on my name above (Don’t click), wait for the pop up, point the mouse again on “friends” (Don’t click). Then click on “settings” and remove the check mark in “Comments and Like”. Thus, my activity will no longer be in the public domain. Thank you!
Hello to all of you who are on my list of contacts of Facebook. I would like to ask a favor of you…. You may not know that Facebook has changed its privacy configuration once again. Thanks to the new “Graphic app”, any person in Facebook anywhere in the world can see our photos, our “likes” and our “comments”. During the next two weeks, I am going to keep this message posted and I ask you to do the following and comment “DONE”. Those of my friends who do not maintain my information in private will be eliminated from my list of friends, because I want the information I share with you, my friends, to remain among my friends and not be available to the whole world. I want to be able to publish photos of my friends and family without strangers being able to see them which is what happens now when you choose “like” or “comment”.
Unfortunately we cannot change this configuration because Facebook has made it like this. So, please, place your cursor over my photo that appears in this box (without clicking) and a window will open. Now move the cursor to the word “Friends”, again without clicking and then on “Settings”. Uncheck “Life Events” and “Comments and Like” and "Photos". This way my activity with my family and friends will no longer be made public. Now, copy and paste this text on your own wall (do not “share” it!). Once I see it published on your page, I will un-check the same for you. Thanks so much
Better safe than sorry is right. Channel 13 News was just talking about this change in Facebook's privacy policy. Better safe than sorry. As of September 26th , 2015 at 01:16 a.m. Eastern standard time, I do not give Facebook or any entities associated with Facebook permission to use my pictures, information, or posts, both past and future. By this statement, I give notice to Facebook it is strictly forbidden to disclose, copy, distribute, or take any other action against me based on this profile and/or its contents. The content of this profile is private and confidential information. The violation of privacy can be punished by law (UCC 1-308- 1 1 308-103 and the Rome Statute). NOTE: Facebook is now a public entity. All members must post a note like this. If you prefer, you can copy and paste this version. If you do not publish a statement at least once it will be tactically allowing the use of your photos, as well as the information contained in the profile status updates. DO NOT SHARE. You MUST copy and paste

These messages contain very inaccurate information. There has not been recent changes to Facebook that allows the public to see activities on any wall. The privacy and sharing controls of the person sharing the item on Facebook determines the audience.
Privacy Settings Change Scroll Over Name Facebook Scam

If you follow the instructions in the message, you won’t be protecting your privacy or the privacy of your Facebook friend(s). The only thing you’ll be doing is unsubscribing from your particular Facebook friend’s comments and likes… You will no longer be able to see what they say on Facebook, this kind of defeats the purpose Facebook friends in the first place.

Some of these Privacy Settings scams may also initiate the installment of malware on a computer, most notably browser hijackers that primarily change internet browser settings or hijack Facebook accounts, as well as entrap Facebook users to unethical terms.

Protecting your Facebook privacy

The best thing you and your friends can do to protect your privacy is to set all of your privacy and sharing settings to friends only. Sharing with “friends of friends” is not recommended as the setting can potentially expose your post to a large quantity of people!

Facebook privacy information and tips

  • If you comment or like Facebook posts, comments, images, and other items that are public or set to “friends of friends” by the uploader (opposed to “friends only”) then your Facebook comments and likes are exposed to everyone who can view the public or F.O.F. Facebook item.
  • Check the facts before you share information on Facebook. Spreading false information does not help anyone and can give your friends a false sense of security. False information can possibly lead to potential harm to the individual or their computer system. Always spend a few minutes and check the facts before passing along warnings such as this fake Facebook privacy warning to your friends. Aside from Facebook hoaxes and scams, compromised or misleading posts and links shared on Facebook is one of the most common ways malware is spread.
  • If you or your Facebook friends are falling for scams like this, inform them. If you recently posted a “compromised” link or compromised instructions, including details about fake Facebook privacy settings, or if your friend’s account has posted potentially harmful it is important to let your friends know in order to protect themselves and raise awareness of such common Facebook hoaxes.

Free Iphones IOS7 is not giving away 80,000 iPhones to Facebook users

Free Iphones IOS7 is not giving away 80,000 iPhones to Facebook users

A Facebook like-farming scam associated with advance-free fraud claims that Free Iphones IOS7 is giving away “80,000 iPhones” to 80,000 Facebook users who like the image they posted, like the Free Iphones IOS7 Facebook page, comment what color they want (black, gray, or silver) and share the post with their friends.

Free Iphones IOS7 giveaway scam

A deceptive Facebook page named Free Iphones IOS7 has recently published multiple Facebook posts in hopes to scam Facebook users. The posts contain images of closed boxes of the Apple iPhone. One image shows boxed iPhones in the back of a pick-up truck and the other image contains 2 men holding new iPhones in front of unopened boxes.

Free Iphones IOS7 facebook

Is Free Iphones IOS7 giving away iPhones?

NO. Free Iphones IOS7 is not giving away free iPhones. The information published by the Free Iphones IOS7 page is entirely false. You will not be given a chance to win an iPhone by completing the instructions published in their posts. There are multiple Facebook pages with the same name that perform this same scam.

Why is this scam dangerous?

Facebook scams like this are very common and easy to point out. There are many similar Facebook scams designed to trick users into believing that they can win some sort of prize by following instructions published in a Facebook post. The reason why cybercriminals conduct these types of Facebook scams are to gather Facebook likes, direct users to a survey-scam website, and obtain targets potentially gullible enough to fall for future scams, including advance fee fraud.

Facebook likes are designed to make the Free Iphones IOS7 Facebook page seem safe and legitimate to other people. The more likes a Facebook page has, the more realistic it might seem to people.

Furthermore, Facebook users who are duped by scams like this will become targeted for other scams by the party behind the initial scam. The fake Free Iphones IOS7 Facebook page or another account associated with the Facebook page might send victims who followed the instructions private messages claiming that they won an iPhone or another prize. The scammers will then ask the targeted victim for an advance payment, for shipping or other purposes. However, once the advance payment is received the victim will not receive the prize and will most likely be blocked from viewing other content posted by the dubious Facebook page. This is called advanced-free fraud and it happens all the time.

Free Iphones IOS7 Facebook post examples

If you come across Facebook posts like this make sure to ignore them. You can also report them to Facebook and warn others, including your duped friends, about them by sharing the content on this page.

ADVANCE CHRISTMAS GIFT! It’s not a lie. We are giving away 80,000 iPhones: 6 Plus to the first 80,000 comments on this post, if you want to be one of the lucky ones follow the steps. 😳😳😍
1. Like the image.👀⬇⬇😍
2. Like the page ↑↑ 👀
3. Comment on what? Black, gray or silver
4. Share with friends Fast Fast do not lie 😞 😳😳↙


ATTENTION! It’s not a lie. We are giving away 80,000 iPhones: 6 Plus to the first 80,000 comments on this post, if you want to be one of the lucky ones follow the steps. 😳😳😍
1. Like the image.👀⬇⬇😍
2. Like the page ↑↑ 👀
3. Comment on what? Black, gray or silver
4. Share with friends Fast Fast do not lie 😞 😳😳↙

Trend Rv is not giving away unsealed RVs on Facebook

Trend Rv is not giving away unsealed RVs on Facebook

A Facebook like-farming scam associated with advance-free fraud claims that Trend Rv is giving away “unsealed major RVs” to 20 Facebook users who share a photo they posted, like their Facebook page, and comment “DONE” on the post.

trend rv unsealed rv scam

A deceptive Facebook page named Trend Rv has recently published a Facebook post in hopes the scam Facebook users. The post contains several images of a RV and claims that 20 random Facebook users who share their photo, like “Ourpage,” and comment “DONE” on the post will be given the opportunity to win the pictured RV. The post claims that they have 20 major Rv that can’t be sold because they have been unsealed.

Is Trend Rv giving away unsealed RVs?

NO. The information published by the Trend Rv Facebook post is entirely false. You will not be given a chance to win a luxurious unsealed RV from the fake and malicious Facebook page.

Why is this scam dangerous?

Facebook scams like this are very common and easy to point out. There are many similar Facebook scams designed to trick users into believing that they can win some sort of prize by following instructions published in a Facebook post. The reason why cybercriminals conduct these types of Facebook scams are to gather Facebook likes, direct users to a survey-scam website, and obtain targets potentially gullible enough to fall for future scams, including advance fee fraud.

Facebook likes are designed to make the Trend Rv Facebook page seem safe and legitimate to other people. The more likes a Facebook page has, the more realistic it might seem to people.

Furthermore, Facebook users who are duped by scams like this will become targeted for other scams by the party behind the initial scam. The fake Trend Rv Facebook page or another account associated with the Facebook page might send victims who followed the instructions private messages claiming that they won an unsealed RV or another prize. The scammers will then ask the targeted victim for an advance payment, for shipping or other purposes. However, once the advance payment is received the victim will not receive the prize and will most likely be blocked from viewing other content posted by the dubious Facebook page. This is called advanced-free fraud and it happens all the time.

Trend Rv Facebook post examples

If you come across Facebook posts like this make sure to ignore them. You can also report them to Facebook and warn others, including your duped friends, about them by sharing the content on this page.

We have got 20(Major Rv) that can´t be sold because
they have been unsealed.Therefore we are giving them away for free.
Want one of them ? Just Share this photo& Like Ourpage’ and we will choose 20 people completely at random on 17 October! as your Luck day
Comment ” DONE ”