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Virus Alert - "Shark Attack!! Women Eaten Alive by Shark"

The Facebook post below: "Shark Attack!! Women Eaten Alive by Shark," is a fake and is malicious. The fake and malicious Facebook video post was created by cyber-criminals to trick curious Facebook users into clicking on it, by claiming that they watch a video of a naked woman being eaten by a shark alive.
Virus Alert -  "Shark Attack!! Women Eaten Alive by Shark"
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Virus Alert - "Shark Attack!! Women Eaten Alive by Shark"


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Virus Alert -  "Shark Attack!! Women Eaten Alive by Shark"

The Facebook post below: "Shark Attack!! Women Eaten Alive by Shark," is a fake and is malicious. The fake and malicious Facebook video post was created by cyber-criminals to trick curious Facebook users into clicking on it, by claiming that they watch a video of a naked woman being eaten by a shark alive.

Please continue reading below.

The Fake and Malicious Facebook Video Post

Shark Attack!! Women Eaten Alive by Shark

Shark Attack

She was swimming naked at that time and suddenly a shark swallow her

If you click (DO NOT) the "Play" button or the video image, you will be asked to installed a plug-in in order to watch the video, but there is NO VIDEO. The plug-in that you will be asked to install is a malicious program that can infect your computer with a Trojan horse, virus, web browser hijacker, adware or spyware.

Now, if you have already clicked on the fake Facebook video post and followed the instructions on the website that you were taken to, please do a full scan of your computer with the antivirus software installed on it.

If you don’t have antivirus software installed on your computer, please click here for a list of free antivirus software.

For a list of other malicious email messages, please click here.

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