Shark eats a teenage girl in the ocean video

The shark eats a teenage girl in the ocean video which is being shared on Facebook, is attracting a lot of visitors. The viral video of the shark eats a teenage girl in the ocean event has been crafted by cybercriminals and hackers.

The fake video is being shared on social media networks as it will increase the rate of infection.

The hackers have loaded the fake video with malicious codes which allow the cybercriminals to earn a online revenue by using malicious surveys and applications.

shark eats a teenage girl in the ocean

The unaware user, will see a ‘fake’ video on their Facebook timeline. The user will click on the fake video, and it will be redirected to a website which will demand them to share the video on their social media networks.

Fake Facebook video which is infecting unaware users.
Fake Facebook video which is infecting unaware users.

shark eats a teenage girl in the ocean video facebook

Once they have shared the malicious shark eats a teenage girl in the ocean video they will be redirected to another website which will demand them to enter a survey. It is possible that the hackers will use a malicious application to take control of the victims device.

Stay safe on the internet

Take a look at the security tips which will help you to stay safe. The following collection of security questions can be used to discuss the security status of your company. Be aware of the various schemes which are luring unaware social media users. Use this checklist to control the security status of your social media account.

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