Currently people are sharing along a message that you shouldn't accept a friend request from a Jayden K Smith, as he will immediately and magically hack your facebook.
The message goes something like this:-
Please tell all the contacts in your messenger list not to accept Jayden K. Smith friendship request. He is a hacker and has the system connected to your Facebook account. If one of your contacts accepts it, you will also be hacked, so make sure that all your friends know it.
This is of course, a hoax. You can't be hacked that easily. You will find more information about the hoax in lots of other places so I'm not repeating it here.
But Why Do They Start?
But why do these messages keep popping up over and over again with different names?
I strongly suspect there is a genuine Jayden K Smith somewhere, who is the victim of a cyber bullying campaign, of which this message is a small part. Imagine you were that person, and a message like this went viral about you!
By spreading the message, you are, in a very small way, helping the bullies. It's probably the same with every version you see that has different names.
Please don't help the bullies.
Posted by Peter
on Sun 9th Jul 2017 21:58:01
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Last Modified on Mon 11th Jun 2018 09:55:18