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Green turned “BFF” indicates, your account is not hacked: Viral

From the past few days, a post is going viral on Facebook saying if three simple words “BFF” turns green, your Facebook account is safe. If “BFF” does not turn green and remains solemn black, your account has been hacked.

DOES THE GREEN TURNED BFF REALLY INDICATES THAT  YOUR ACCOUNT IS SAFE OR NOT: what the story really is?  

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Type “BFF” in your comment, just to check your account is safe or not. Facebook CEO has just introduced a new feature to his app.

Thousands or millions of people are typing the word in their comment box, just to check whether the account has been hacked or not. As per the rumours, a post saying that founder and CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg has just introduced a trick to find, your Facebook account is safe or not. The viral post says that Zuckerberg has invented a word to make sure that your facebook account is safe. If users type “BFF” in their comment section and it turns green,  means your account is safe. If the word does not turn green, stays black, your account is not safe.

 

 

Although, it’s a fake rumour and a complete nonsense. The green turned “BFF” does not have any relation with your Facebook account safety. It’s just a new feature of Facebook, Zuckerberg has recently invented. In this feature some words automatically appear with some different colors. “BFF” is one of those words which appears  with some animation and colored text, when you type it in your post or  in a comment box. You will see the same thing happens with other words like congrats or congratulations. “Congrats” appears in red color while “You’ve got this” will appear in blue. This is how a word  (Best Friends Forever) appear in green. But this feature will work only the app will updated.

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