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"Big B00bs in Rollercoaster Must See Video" is a Facebook Like Scam

2017-11-22T16:49:41  +
"Big B00bs in Rollercoaster Must See Video" is a Facebook Like Scam

The Facebook post below: "Big b00bs in rollercoaster! Must see :)(VIDEO)," is a fake. The post is actually a Facebook "like" scam. This scam will attempt to trick you into 'liking' the fake video sharing website: www.mostfeaturedscene.com. And, sharing anything on this website or giving their Facebook application called 'Beauty Life', access to your account will only help to spread this scam to your Facebook friends.

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The Facebook 'Like' Scam Post

Big b00bs in rollercoaster
Big b00bs in rollercoaster! Must see :)(VIDEO)
www.logoigrica.com
Like · · Share · 12 minutes ago via Beauty Life
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If you click on the Facebook post, you will be taken to the compromised website www.logoigrica .com or the malicious mostfeaturedscene.com and asked to give their fraudulent Facebook applications access to your account. These applications will sent this same scam to all of your Facebook Friends, if you give them access to your Facebook account.

The website www.logoigrica.com is not malicious, it just seems that it was hacked and the hackers created the malicious page: http://www.logoigrica.com/word/bobb.html

The Malicious Website mostfeaturedscene.com

The Malicious Website mostfeaturedscene.com

The video mentioned in the Facebook post actually exist and is located on popular video sharing website youtube.com. If you want to view the video, just go to www.youtube.com and search for the title in the Facebook post.

Click here for more information about this scam. What these cybercriminals have done, is use the same scam, but change the name of the website and Facebook application.

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