How to delete Emma Watson nude video virus

If you’ve been tempted to click on the links found on Facebook that say they’ll lead you to images of the Harry Potter actress, you’ll need to know how to remove the Trojan virus that infects your computer. We’ll tell you how to delete Emma Watson nude video virus so it’s removed from your PC.


If you have a large amount of friends or followers on Facebook, there’s a pretty high chance that you’ll be exposed to these malicious links. Of course, if the link looks suspicious, don’t click on it but that’s easier said than done. Even if a trusted friend posted it on your newsfeed or sent it across to you, if a link looks dodgy don’t click on it. Instead use the Report/Block settings on the gears icon of the post as this helps Facebook identify scammers.

What to look out for

The pattern is the same for all users. The malware begins as a comment on your newsfeed. When you click the link you’re taken to a fake YouTube page. You’ll be asked to update your Flash Player to watch the video. If you begin the download, you’ll find that a Trojan downloads instead which puts malicious components into your computer’s files allowing access to your personal information and allowing your Facebook page to be used to snare more users.

How to remove

The only way to get rid of the malware is to download an anti-malware package or run a full antivirus scan. You might need to leave your computer on all day or throughout the night in order to run a full scan of either package. If you don't already have one installed, you’ll find a whole host of free anti-malware software at download.cnet.com.

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