Echo, echo

Scammers rush to fill void left by the genuine Scarlett Johansson nude photos leaked (then removed) not so long ago with

Tabloids are scammers’ best friend(s). The recent rush set off by the actress’ stolen nude photos, presumably halted by the prospect of a certain federal bureau’s direct involvement in the investigations, now has a sequel.

Witness the fitness and nerve of this scammy post! We’ve got a cocktail of baits so, if the thought of catching a glimpse of the photos is not that appealing to you, here’s a nice alternative: free iPad 2, free iPhone4, free Laptop….free [whatever-gadget-you’ve-been-dreaming-of]. 

Either way, one curious click will take you here:

If you’re the persistent type, a second click will definitely follow. Patience is a virtue and so you’ll then be made to prove that you’ve got plenty:

Once the “click&share” frenzy is over, you’ll end up having a déjà vu as the scammy post you started from will appear on your own wall. Round goes the scam circle! Ah, let’s not forget that you WILL NOT see any photos …nude or otherwise.

To add diversity to this scandalous affair, the site hosting this thing of beauty is home to another hot trick starring Justin Bieber:


As always, it’s better to avoid clicking links apparently leading to scandal-heavy content.

Bitdefender Safego is there to help you stay away from such traps.

Stay safe and click wisely!

This article is based on the technical information provided courtesy of Tudor Florescu, BitDefender Online Threats Analyst 

All product and company names mentioned herein are for identification purposes only and are the property of, and may be trademarks of, their respective owners.

About the author

Ioana Jelea

Ioana Jelea has a disturbing (according to friendly reports) penchant for the dirty tricks of online socialization and for the pathologically mesmerizing news trivia. From gory, though sometimes fake, death reports to nip slips and other such blush-inducing accidents, her repertoire is an ever-expanding manifesto against any Victorian-like frame of thought that puts a strain on online creativity. She would like to keep things simple, but she never does.