His acting career may be on life support, but Charlie Sheen, believe it or not, is still not dead. And any Facebook post that says otherwise is just a silly virus
. The scam is spreading through posts that begin with attention-grabbing headlines like, "Exclusive Video," "RIP!" or "Breaking News," followed by "Charlie Sheen found Dead at his House!", or something equally sensational. Accompanying the post is a link which, if clicked, will only lead to a fake YouTube page. If you attempt to play the video, you'll be prompted to fill out a survey, which earns money for the spammers, and you'll also infect your computer with malware. That's definitely not "winning."