Has your inbox been filling up with warnings about Jayden K. Smith, a hacker that you shouldn’t add as a friend on Facebook? It’s a hoax – more than that, when a hoax like this is repeatedly shared around the internet, it becomes spam.
No, the OTHER kind of spam.
Wait – did YOU forward this to everyone you know??!!
Let’s look on the bright side – when hoaxes like this spread, it’s a quick way to find out which of your friends don’t really know as much as they think they do about internet security.
At least we’re getting some laughs outta this;
If one more person sends me this Jayden K Smith friend request shite 🙄🙄 pic.twitter.com/qQWmVvGq6L
— ✨Zoe ✨ (@ZoePoey206) July 10, 2017
Apparently both Jayden K Smith & Sasquatch are TOO cool to Friend Request me and/or be real. pic.twitter.com/KfJdO4PcZR
— FRED FLETCH (@FRED_FLETCH) July 10, 2017
Off out tonight for some crazy hard partying with my new BFF Jayden K Smith. pic.twitter.com/oOCRRiF1HI
— misterdv (@misterdv) July 10, 2017
If u get a Facebook Request from Jayden K. Smith dont accept, it hacks u, plays Getting Jiggy With It on loop & signs you up for Scientology pic.twitter.com/XLoYL4fQE3
— Marc D (@CRAMDWORLD) July 10, 2017
Homeland Security reports they have identified hacker Jayden K Smith pic.twitter.com/XyqNBtVi4b
— Neil Carter (@godlessindixie) July 10, 2017