Hackers on Facebook are sharing a new message which promises the victims a video where they can view how a plane crashes over a bridge. The hackers are using a picture of a movie that has been screened on TV. Which movie it is, i don’t know yet. Well lets take a look at the Plane Crash over the Bridge video malware on Facebook.
Once you click on the play button you will get the following screen. Once you click on share, you will share the malicious link on your Facebook application. The malicious website can be adjusted by the hackers so they can trick the Facebook user to download a virus or something else. Once the Facebook user has clicked on Share he wil be navigated to the Facebook timeline page and to the next page that the hacker will serve.
And again if you click on the play button in the image that has been showed above you will get the following page that will ask you to fill in a 30-second test to prove that you are 18+. This is a survey that will generate the hacker some money and it will collect personal information for the hacker. So dear users, be aware and don’t click on a link that contains shocking content.
The latest Facebook hoax which is luring unaware users to install a malicious application is the Lil Wayne hoax which has gone viral. Read more about the Lil Wayne hoax here.