Various internet hoaxes have been launched on social media networks which claim that Justin Bieber has died after he was involved in a series of accidents and terrible events. The internet hoaxes are trying to lure Justin Bieber fans to (malicious) websites to raise the Google Ranking of the websites or to infect unaware Justin Bieber fans with malware and trojans.
The “Justin Bieber Died 2015” hoaxes on the internet are often launched via “joke” websites like FakeAWish. The websites allow their users to create fake content on the pages which will look like genuine messages if done right. The websites like FakeAWish believe in the fact that you can use these types of hoaxes and messages to bring a laugh on certain people’s faces.
R.I.P. Justin Bieber
If we had to believe these Internet Hoaxes, then Justin Bieber must be a mummy or some kind of demon, because he has survived dozens of deathly attacks and accidents, but the fact is that he is not death, until his family or relatives confirm this.
Scammers and hoaxers have launched dozens of Justin Bieber has died posts on the internet. The Internet Death hoaxes contain various titles and descriptions.
Social Media platforms
The scammers and hoaxes depend on the social media networks like Facebook and Twitter. They use the social media platforms to allow their posts to go viral within a couple of days or even hours. The scammers use techniques and methods which allow them to lure masses of unaware people to the hoax websites that claim Justin Bieber has died.
The internet death hoaxes on Justin Bieber do not have an immediate impact on the security status of your environments, but you do have to be aware and vigilant about the hoaxes which send you to malicious websites that claim that you have to download or execute some type of file.
Justin Bieber Death videos
The scammers and hoaxes can adjust the images which are shown on the social media sites to make them look like videos. The Justin Bieber death videos which are being shared on social media networks are fake and they often lead to malicious websites which demand the user to take unwanted actions.
What to do
If you see someone which is sharing the Justin Bieber death internet hoax, then inform them in a private message about the fact that they are sharing a hoax which might lead to malicious domains. The second step is to ask the user to delete the Justin Bieber hoax from the social media network.
If there are options to report the hoax, then please use the report function which is provided by the social media network.