“Hello somebody wrote something about you on this blog. visit [link]” don’t click the link.
It is, from my understanding, a Trojan Virus; meaning that the message will be sent to everybody else either following you or that you’re following (I was sent the message from a mutual that hasn’t messaged me before).
When Mara goes blind, is it total blindness or on some level of legally blind?
She’s kind of a new medical thing? She’s KINDA legally blind but for some reason, she’s able to see through the veil of white around her vision with colored lenses. No one (besides me) knows why so kinda legally??
ok scrub lords i’ve seen a few people get hit with a phishing site and get their account compromised and sent out the same phishing site to others via messaging. I’m not aware of any other payloads other than just spreading it self, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t do anything else.
This is how the site looks like:
And the message you might get:
Keep in mind this message will come from a REAL blog, not some rando bot, but it might come from your s/o or a friend, please be aware of this
If you have already been affected by the site (check if you messaged friends the goo.gl url) PLEASE CHANGE YOUR PASSWORD
And if you have a phone, turn on 2 factor auth if you can, it’s adds in another layer of protection in case someone gets a hold of your password
In the future, check fishy links such as goo.gl or bit.ly, why would your friend send you a shortened link rather than the full blog url? Might not make a whole lot of sense.
More Virus concepts! Before they were infected Mara and Thomas (the Red Virus) were childhood bestfriends and went to a preforming arts high school together. Mara’s a singer and Thomas is a dancer, but they both take mutiple dance courses together and are members of an elite break dancing troupe called “The Royalty” under the stage names “King “ and “Bishop”.
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