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Remove Facebook “hahaha” virus

removal by Ugnius Kiguolis - -   Also known as Facebook virus | Type: Malware

What is Facebook “hahaha” virus?

Facebook “hahaha” virus is malicious software that is spread via Facebook’s private messaging. Similarly to other Facebook virus versions, it spreads around with a help of tricky technique. It typically looks like it was sent by one of victim’s friends and claims that he/she should click on some link. Of course, this is a malicious link that can either redirect the victim to malicious website or thick him/her into downloading Pictr_357.Zip, Copy_0027.Zip, Image0905.Zip and other malicious file to the PC system. Of course, there is no surprise that there are so many people who have been tricked byFacebook “hahaha” virus. Almost everyone of us would be concerned about the message from a friend laughing at him/her for no reason. In addition, almost each of us would try to look how this photo that looks so funny appears in reality. Unfortunately, but this is a straight way to the infiltration of malware, so you should never click such messages and download files that they offer. As soon as any of previously mentioned .Zip files are downloaded and the .Jar file is launched, this malware starts its activity. It is believed that Facebook “hahaha” virus is mostly used for Bitcoin mining. However, it can be involved to other dangerous activities as well. If you noticed that your computer’s speed decreased and your Facebook account started sending “hahaha” or similar messages to your friends, your PC is infected with this serious malware.

How can Facebook “hahaha” virus infect my computer?

As we have already mentioned, Facebook “hahaha” virus is spread via “hahaha” messages that are sent via Facebook’s private messaging. In most of the cases, it looks like they belong to your friends, so there is no surprise why this malware has been successfully spreading around. If you click on this fake message, you are automatically involved to the distribution of Facebook “hahaha” virus and your friends can also be infected no matter which OS, Windows or Mac, they use. In addition to that, your computer is turned into a bitcoin mining machine and used for other dangerous activities. Please, avoid such fake messages, no matter how trustworthy or tempting they look. If you have already clicked on its attachment, you should check your PC for Facebook “hahaha” virus. Read the following paragraph for getting more info about that:

How to remove Facebook “hahaha” virus?

If you think that your computer is infected with Facebook “hahaha” virus, you must scan it with Reimage Reimage Cleaner , SpyHunter 5Combo Cleaner or Malwarebytes. Otherwise, you may run into serious issues, such as dramatic slow downs and infiltration of other malware. You should also contact your Facebook friends and let them know about fake messages that are coming from your account.

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Alternative Software
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Facebook “hahaha” virus snapshot
Facebook “hahaha” virus snapshot

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