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Galloping Horse @ Soft Opening - 31st January 2014

Monday, September 1, 2008

Confusion needs to be cleared

This is to all my Facebook's friends:

If you...

happen to be receiving notification saying that I have written on your wall few days ago yet there is none of my recent post on your wall.


receive email (some of you may not receive it if you have configured the setting) that may go like this

Steward wrote on your Wall: "see who your secret admirer is @ sashabiramiz . blogspot .com (without the spaces)" To see your Wall or to write on Steward's Wall, follow the link below:
or any other similar messages.

Please ignore it because it is not done by me.

I have receive a security warning email from Facebook team:

We have detected suspicious activity on your Facebook account and have reset your password as a security precaution. It is possible that malicious software was downloaded to your computer or that your password was stolen by a phishing website designed to look like Facebook. Please carefully follow the steps provided:

1. Run Anti-Virus Software: If your computer has been infected with a virus or with malware, you will need to run anti-virus software to remove these harmful programs and keep your information secure. For Microsoft:

For Apple:

2. Reset Password: Be sure that you use a complex string of numbers, letters, and punctuation marks that is at least six characters in length.

To reset your password, follow the link below:
(If clicking on the link doesn't work, try copying and pasting it into your browser.)

3. Never Click Suspicious Links: It is possible that your friends could unwillingly send spam, viruses, or malware through Facebook if their accounts are infected. Do not click this material and do not run any .exe files on your computer without knowing what they are. Also, be sure to use the most current version of your browser as they contain important security warnings and protection features.

4. Log in at Make sure that when you access the site, you always log in from a legitimate Facebook page with the domain. If something looks or feels suspicious, go directly to to log in.

5. Report Suspicious Activity: Please visit the following page for further information about Facebook security and information on reporting material

Once you have performed all these steps, your account should once again be secure. Please be sure to visit the Facebook Help Center for further information regarding these security issues and let us know if you need assistance.

Facebook Security Team

Sorry for any confusion that it may cause. I would like to apologise for my carelessness and hopefully it won't happen again.

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