The messages invade thousands .. Beware of the trick "Restart Facebook"

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Facebook confirmed Wednesday that some users from different countries have difficulty navigating its popular applications such as Entragam, Wassab and Facebook.

Turned Blue genius A Twitter to tell users that it solves the problem that has affected some users for more than ten hours as soon as possible, and pointed out that the problem is not caused by a denial of service attack.

Meanwhile, the website mentioned "Down Detector" Which website trace stops, which social media users in some parts of the United States Japan and some parts of Europe have been affected by the holidays. Holidays also include users in Arab countries.

Facebook, which collects most of its revenue from advertising, said it was "Bloomberg." It is still studying the full impact of the holidays "Including the rebate potential for advertisers".

Once the holidays received a number of Facebook users from a burst of messages That promotes false news about the future of the site and how to resolve technical bankruptcy.

While one of the messages says that Facebook will not be free and will be paid soon, other messages have promoted an alleged "Reactivate account" method from one of the icons that must be sent to other 20 users.

Users were alarmed by the volume of messages received from their friends, saying that their acquaintances had taken away what they had received by copying and pasting without verifying the authenticity of the content.

Some have come up with a fake video of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg talking about his intention to cancel his Facebook account.

The experts warned not to put pressure on unknown links to solve the Facebook problem, pointing out that all messages should be ignored and not passed on to others, and advised to follow what Facebook says about the holidays.

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Facebook confirmed Wednesday that some users from different countries have difficulty navigating its popular applications such as Entragam, Wassab and Facebook.

The Blue Man turned to Twitter to tell users that he was working to fix the problem that affected some users for more than ten hours as soon as possible and pointed out that the problem was not caused by a denial of service attack.

Meanwhile, the "Down Detector" website, which tracks the breakdown of websites, social media users in parts of the United States and Japan and in some parts of Europe affected by the holidays. Holidays also include users in Arab countries.

Facebook, which earns most of its advertising revenue, told Bloomberg that it was still studying the full impact of the crash, including "the potential for advertiser rebates".

As soon as the holidays have received a number of Facebook users and a barrage of messages promoting false news about the future of the site and how to resolve the technical failure.

While one of the messages says that Facebook will not be free and will be paid soon, other messages have propagated an alleged way of "reactivating the account" through a code that should be sent to 20 other users.

Users were alarmed by the volume of messages received from their friends, saying that their acquaintances had taken away what they had received by copying and pasting without verifying the authenticity of the content.

Some have come up with a fake video of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg talking about his intention to cancel his Facebook account.

The experts warned not to put pressure on unknown links to solve the Facebook problem, pointing out that all messages should be ignored and not passed on to others, and advised to follow what Facebook says about the holidays.

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