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Spiders, oh my!

Well, I thought it was just my ‘friends’ on Facebook that were clicking the spider link, so I just left them to their own devices (I’ve warned them a million times about this sort of stuff and they choose to ignore the warnings).  I’ve seen a bunch more people click that link though, so I figured I’d put up a blog post about it.

The spider link on Facebook isn’t going to show you any videos of *disgusting* stuff.  You’re not going to see baby spiders coming out of someone’s bellybutton.  Why the hell would you want to see that anyway!?  😀  If you or any of your Facebook friends have clicked on the bogus link, chances are your system is infected.  In case you don’t know what the link looks like, here it is:

Fake Facebook Spider Post
Fake Facebook Spider Post | Click to Enlarge

While we’re on the subject, you might want to *avoid* the Free iPad Facebook posts, along with the naked chicks.

If you want to click on these types of links, let us know.  We can configure your system so that you’re protected once you click links like this and realize they are completely fake and do nothing but invite viruses onto your system.

I've been helping consignment storeowners since 2003. I started The Computer Peeps in February of 2010. After 15 years of working with consignment stores, I understand the unique challenges consignment and resale storeowners face. From electrical issues in old building or strip malls, to advocating for them when their consignment software keeps crashing. I now manage over 400 computer systems, servers, and websites for storeowners all across North America and I am the developer/programmer of our own consignment software, so we can help storeowners even more.

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