When you see what this Facebook clickbait really links to, your jaw will drop.
Really, all you have to do is talk someone into giving you their iPad, but you’re not going to get one if you fall for the spam that has been going around on Facebook recently. There have been many of the spam scams over the years. Usually the spam is sent from a hijacked account,
Juraj Malcho, Head of Lab at Bratislava, reports: We've just encountered what appears to be a new Facebook scam in the wild. As of this moment we haven't seen any malicious content being served, but the content is changing even as I’m writing this post and it’s likely to serve malware soon. It spreads by adding