They tend to be kind of stereotypical and very cheesy,” pointed out Perez.
“Some of the compliments that I get after the training is: ‘I was really dreading coming to your training session, these are always boring. You actually gave me a perspective that I never really thought of, and thank you for not making it horrible.’ Thank you, I guess?
This occurrence was triggered by spam messages that tricked users into falling for a “self-XSS” scheme that had them copy and paste Java Script into their browsers’ address bars, thereby exploiting a browser bug which hijacked Facebook accounts, posted the disturbing images on news feeds, and spread the images to others. In this case, the hapless user still cannot see what is being spread on Facebook in their name, but instead of pornographic videos, it supposedly spams Facebook contacts with offensive and insulting comments (that the user still cannot see).
While this variation is also not real, it can perhaps serve as a reminder to periodically change and update passwords to social media sites.
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