Facebook scammers have crafted a new hoax which is titled ‘700 Pound Snake Pulled out of Lake in North Carolina’. The scammers are using a picture of a huge snake to lure unaware people to their malicious website. The ‘700 Pound Snake Pulled out of Lake in North Carolina’ website is loaded with malware and malicious surveys.
The hackers behind the 700 Pound Snake Pulled out of Lake in North Carolina Facebook hoax are using the malicious codes to infect unaware people with malware. The malware can provide access to the victim’s computer.
So if you see the Facebook scam “700 Pound Snake Pulled out of Lake in North Carolina” on your Friends Facebook timeline, do not click it. It is a malicious link, which will try to infect you with malware. The hackers are using the BBC tag in the title of the malicious snake video. They are doing this at this will increase their chance to infect people with malware.
The scammers have uploaded the scam to the Weebly website host. Which can be used for free. Hackers and cybercriminals will keep launching fake schemes as they provide a solid revenue for the hackers or cybercriminals. These hoaxes reach a lot of people and the hackers often post various schemes at once.
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