"Mr. Bean" star Rowan Atkinson has been a frequent victim of hoax celebrity death news. This time, the posts about the British actor's death may bring more than just misinformation with it: a possible computer virus.
Do not fall for this, as it's an attempt to lure you out of our credit card details to cover the cost of the false repairs.
The headline of those fake posts shared read: "FOX BREAKING NEWS: 'Mr".
Rowan Atkinson, the actor who plays Mr. Bean, is not dead - but your computer might be if you clicked the fake news story about his untimely demise.
Rowan Atkinson is very much alive and well, but an internet hoax has had many fans believing the -year-old actor has died in a fatal auto crash while attempting a stunt.
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The posts from July 2017 were fake and reportedly linked to a scam website which could give your computer a virus.
These error pages will then state that one's computer has been locked; next, the computer user will be made to call a support number, which netizens shouldn't do.
"However, if you do call as instructed, tech support scammers will try to trick you into giving them your credit card details, ostensibly to pay for the fix of your computer".
"The scammers may also try to trick you into downloading software that will allow them to take control of your computer, steal your files, and install malware".
Rowan Atkinson, meanwhile has completed "Johnny English Strikes Again" the third film in the spy movie spoof series that hits the screens on October 12th.