How do I remove this mal-ware/facebook group virus?
Just logged in, and a notification came up saying “made you an administrator of the Page “Ipad 2 Test and Keep“. (There was no name who added me, it’s literally blank!)
I clicked on it (hoping to remove myself on the left tab), and then it brings me to the page, with 0 fans, suggesting I like it (thus having no administrator powers)
What do I do?
This guide will show you how to remove an application on Facebook:
Facebook Hacked with iPad Advertisement!?
I just got on my facebook to see that someone has gotten on mine and posted the following on all of my friends’ walls!
(Name) I cant believe it, I actually got a free ipad to test out and keep. I don’t think this will last long, they are only giving away a limited supply so I would hurry. They are trying to get rid of them because the new iPad 2 is now out and they are overstocked. I absolutely LOVE it:)
What idiot is doing this and what should I do?!?!?
Thank you (:
(I haven’t signed up to win an iPad or taken any goofy surveys lately so I’m clueless as to how they got onto my account!)
Some kinda of advertiser or something…change your password and put that someone has hacked to your account on your status or send messages to your friends saying so. Also if you need to, contact facebook. Hope this helps! Best of Luck.
tons of spam from the same E-mail address?
Hi, I have tons of spam messages from the same e-mail address, email@example.com.
they consist of a few repeating advertisements, such as $1000 wal-mart gift cards, laptop deliveries, testing and keeping an ipad, GI bills, etc. this started a few weeks ago and, like all spam I get, I just find the link that brings you to their web site, where you enter your e-mail address and unsubscribe from their spam. however, that was 2 or 3 weeks ago. I’ve been doing the same thing every now and then, but I keep getting spam from the same address. I’ve replied directly to a couple of them telling them to stop.
well, with no end in sight, I’ve decided to save all these messages instead of deleting them. I started saving them to a specific folder in yahoo about 3 days ago, and in total I now have 77 messages from the same e-mail address in my inbox. there’s about 5 different types, which just keep repeating, all from firstname.lastname@example.org
any suggestions on what I should do to stop this? it really is getting annoying sorting through all of them. they do end up in my spam inbox, but so do some messages I actually need from time to time. any help or advise would be greatly appreciated! oh, and I just refreshed E-mail tab, and there’s yet another one. I hate spam.
1: Never ever try to unsubscribe from junk mail! Those mails are often sent randomly without knowing if they reach a real mail account. By answering such mails or trying to unsubscribe, you are letting the sender know that your account exists. Not only may he send you more junk in the future, but he will also sell your address to other spammers!
2: The Federal Trade Commission (www.ftc.gov) is supposed to help you eliminate spam mails. Forward spam to: email@example.com, in the subject line enter something like “unsubscribe link results in more spam”, “unwanted spam message”, “no unsubscribe link” or something similar.
Here’s how to do the forwarding bit: click the crtl key and at the same time click the “forward” button to forward a message as an attachment, mac users should click the “apple” key and click “forward” simultaneously.
When the FTC gets your mail, they will look into the matter and when they find out who the spamming source is, they will take legal actions.
is there like a for sure way to test an ipad 2 and keep it or just get a free ipad 2? if so what website??????????????/
I know those so called “tester” sites make you sign up for two offers and then once you do those ten offers, then they make you do 10 more! Then they make you refer your friends. I accidentally stumbled upon this site from a friend of mines.
It gives you an “incentive.” It gives you free gifts just for completing one offer. Only 1. Let me repeat that ONLY ONE. But the trick is you have to refer 21 friends to do an offer in order to get it. The best part or should I say GREAT part is that there are free offers. Nothing out of pocket. They will want your card info since they are only trials, but if you cancel on the last day then you haven’t paid anything. If you cancel early then you are disqualified. It’s an honest company with tech support and they are real. Instead of an Ipad, they also give cash. Just try it and do a free offer if you are skeptical. If you have any more questions, just ask me.
I chose the cash “gift” instead of the Ipad gift. It’s not much cash, but it’s something. I have had lots of people from my church try it and they love it.
POP UPS MAKING ME CRAZY! HELP!!!!!?
I have these KangoBox pop ups that are driving me CRAZY! Every time I go on a store’s website it says I won a $500 giftcard. When I look at rumors for the Apple iPad 3, it says test and keep a new iPad 3! Or you have won an iPad 2! Can you please just help me and tell me how to get these off! I didn’t even know what KangoBox was until I saw at the bottom “ads poweded by KangoBox” and clicked the link to check! I never went on their website before though, So please please please! Help me and tell me how to get these off! Thanks sooooooo much!!
It’s easy just go into your Control Panel>Programs>Uninstall a program and find Kangobox… Uninstall it. Don’t use malwarebyte type stuff, that will just add more junk to your computer you do not need. Kangobox most likely installed itself to your computer without your consent, they are known for that but uninstalling Kangobox is as easy as uninstalling anything from your computer. The ads will be gone once you uninstall it.
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