[Shocking video] World’s Largest Snake Found in Brazil [hoax]

World's Largest Snake Found in Brazil Facebook scheme

The Facebook video ‘World’s Largest Snake Found in Brazil‘ is a malicious scheme, which has been uploaded by cybercriminals and hackers. The cybercriminals behind the ‘World’s Largest Snake Found in Brazil’ video are luring unaware users to a malicious website which will demand them to share the malicious website on their social media accounts.

World’s Largest Snake Found in Brazil

Once the unaware users share the ‘Snake Found in Brazil’ website on their social media timeline, they will be redirected to another malicious website which will try to serve them a malicious application or survey.

These malicious schemes are spreading in a very fast rate.

The schemes are made in such a way, that it will force the unaware user to share the malicious website.

The cybercriminals behind the schemes, will use various methods to infect their unaware visitors:

  • Install Video Codec hoax
  • Download video hoax
  • Survey hoax
  • Upgrade your browser hoax

[Shocking video] World's Largest Snake Found in Brazil virus website
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The hackers behind the ‘Snake Found in Brazil’ video are using the survey to create a solid revenue online. The hackers will launch multiple schemes as this will increase their chance to infect people with malicious surveys and applications.

[Shocking video] World's Largest Snake Found in Brazil virus website demands share
virus website demands share

Virus on the Largest Snake Found in Brazil video

Once the user has shared the malicious page, they will be redirected to a malicious website which will try to install a malicious application. The users are informed that they need to ‘update their Flash Player’. Once the user installs the malicious file, the user will be infected.

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We strongly urge everyone to take a look at these 100 security tips, use the social media guide to secure your social media accounts. If you are the owner of a company, or do you manage security people? Then ask them these 100 security questions. Take a look at this massive list of Facebook schemes, and stay aware!