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Hungry Bear Tear Women into pieces in seconds

A hoax which lures unaware users to install malware

Hackers on Facebook have released a new scheme of the ‘survey scam’. They are now using a video which is titled “Hungry Bear Tear Women into pieces in seconds’, the video would show the Facebook user footage of how a Women is attacked by a bear.

Once the user is lured to the fake website which is providing the “Hungry Bear Tear Women into pieces in seconds” video, the user will be forced to share the video first before the user can view it.

Once the video has been shared the user is forced to fill a survey. This survey will generate money for the hacker which has setup the website with the fake video.

The Hungry Bear video which you can find on Youtube has been viewed over 400 000 times, this means that the hit rate of the Facebook virus is very high.

[Shocking video] Hungry Bear Tear Women into pieces in seconds

[Shocking video] Hungry Bear Tear Women into pieces in seconds

Be aware similar Facebook virusses and hoaxes which are being shared on the internet. Always try to find the video on a trusted source before you try an untrusted source.

Hungry Bear Tear Women into pieces video

So be aware if you see a video titled ‘[Shocking video] Hungry Bear Tear Women into pieces in seconds’ or anything else that looks like it. It might be a scheme that has been setup by cybercriminals. Do not allow them to take adventage of unaware users. Inform your friends and families about the ‘[Shocking video] Hungry Bear Tear Women into pieces in seconds’ malicious application that is being shared on social media networks.

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