SPAM ALERT: 'CCTV footage' of attack on Vhong Navarro is fake

 
 
Currently making the rounds on social media, this image supposedly links to a CCTV footage showing actor-host Vhong Navarro being attacked inside a condominium unit.
 
Some scammers and spammers are using this issue “to steal your personal information or to promote products.”
 
The deceptive link, which promises a video of the controversial incident, is an online scam used by hackers to trick their way into computers, acquire passwords and other log-in details. It is also used to spam personal timelines and feeds with unwanted links.
 
In other cases, clicking will automatically share the fake link on a user's Facebook profile or Twitter feed.

The video used is a CCTV of a Brazilian fashion designer’s shop being robbed and not the attacking incident of Vhong Navarro at The Fort on Wednesday, January 22.
 
No official CCTV Footage has been released at this moment.

So before clicking on a shoddy-looking video, make sure that the source is verified or is trustworthy. Try to click only the links coming from legitimate news websites or pages, and stay away from sites which upon entry asks for personal information such log-in details, bank accounts or passwords.
 
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