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Jimdo.com's link warnings roughly describe the actual nature of the threats.
An alert is circulating in the community and claims to be a "hack going around" presented as a PM by a boyfriend asking you to click on a URL to a Jimdo.com-website. Whilst the alert uses some rotten and generically pseudo-jargon (e.g. a "hack"), it potentially describes a genuine menace that could potentially impact consumers of online community content.
Every unsuspicious post sent by a Facebook friend that asks you to click a shortcut to an unfamiliar website. The jimdo.com website may contain this because it is a website that allows third party users to create their own web pages that may be used for fraudulent ends. When you click on the hyperlink and do one of these three things (install the application, type in your credentials, or downloaded the files), you're cheated, and it's likely that your own Facebook will send the same email you got to all your mates.
Please note: If this scam doesn't benefit from a weak point in the piece of code (it probably isn't), simply click on the first hyperlink shouldn't be enough to jeopardize your safety. Once you have taken any of the actions above, it is important that you take the following steps to ensure that your site does not post the same news and endangers your own safety.
Once you've a Facebook application up and running, deinstall it from your preferences. When you enter your credentials into a fake sign-in page, you' re changing your Facebook passphrase. Once you have loaded a file onto your computer, run a full vulnerability assessment with your anti-virus program and verify which browsers extension you have in your browsers to remove it.
Also, if you have fallen for this scam, caution your Facebook buddies not to rely on news and hyperlinks you have sent as a consequence. It'?s a bit of a rudimentary con, and fooling around doesn't mean you got chopped. Fraudsters needed you to get caught up in this scam. You didn't endanger your bankroll in a magical way.
Don't type your personal Wall Street information unless you're sure you're on the genuine Wall Street page, and don't download any Wall Street applications or other file unless you have confidence in them.