A Wichita woman had her Facebook hacked by a malicious spammer, using a Walmart logo, and the promise of a $100 Walmart “voucher”…
The spamming hacker made the mistake of tagging Kansas Exposed’s editor in the malicious post, so, with the permission of the hacking victim, we decided to show you.
When you click the photo, you are redirected to a site that could do a number of things, including hacking your Facebook, and potentially much worse. Luckily, our computer security was good enough to block the site from loading. This is the screen we got for clicking the photo above:
If your Facebook account is hacked in this way, or if you visited the site linked to such a post, you should immediately change all of your passwords, and run a security check of your device.