Messages being shared across Facebook warn users not to add as a Facebook friend people called "Jason Allen" or "Amy Allen".
But in truth, it's a new hoax spreading like a chain letter across the social network.
Facebook users are posting warnings to one another about a hacker operating on the network, offering the bait of "Visit the new Facebook".
But is the threat real or a hoax?
A new chain letter is spreading across Facebook, posted by users in an apparent attempt to warn others about rogue applications.
Messages being shared across Facebook warn users not to add as a Facebook friend people called "Linda Smith" or "Jason Lee" because you will be infected by a virus.
But should you trust the warnings?
Facebook users are spreading a message to their online friends, warning each other about the danger of accepting a friend request from someone called Bobby Roberts.
A story is spreading like wildfire across Facebook this weekend, claiming that the world's most popular social network is going to shut down on March 15th.
But what's the truth?
Did you hear that Facebook is deleting accounts of inactive users?
If so, make sure you don't believe it. A hoax chainletter is being spread by well-intentioned people who don't know better.
Consider the following claims: 1. In the Privacy Settings interface in Facebook, there is a search facility to make it easy to find people and groups you wish to block. 2. A Facebook group called Automation Labs consists of people Read more…