Light-hearted fun or Phishing scam?

Fun game to pass the time or covert method of finding information to answer your security questions?

Scammers use these types of Facebook posts to find supposedly harmless information which can be used to guess passwords, answer security questions and access banking/private information. They are used for identity theft.

If you see these types of posts, ignore, block. delete and definitely don't share them on your Facebook page.


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