Social Media doesn’t come with a rulebook so instead, mothers have come up with a manual that people in every age can use as a guide in navigating through social networking sites. According to the guide, in facebook, it is...Read More
Category: Facebook Security
Facebook’s launch of Internet.org triggers debate over the internet recently, particularly on the issue of Net Neutrality. Internet.org facilitates zero-rating apps scheme, which is a violation of Net Neutrality according to...Read More
The recent discovery of a Photo deleting bug roaming around Facebook has made users as well as its programmers worried about the system. The bug, which reportedly has been deleting photos and albums from Facebook effortlessly,...Read More
As part of the National Cyber Security Awareness Month campaign, Facebook’s security experts released an infographic with tips that deals with securing logins and managing roles as well as mobile devices. Facebook, being one of...Read More
Facebook said on Friday that it been the target of a series of attacks by an unidentified hacker group, but it had found no evidence that user data was compromised. “Last month, Facebook security discovered that our...Read More
The bug was exposed in a message posted to the Hacker News website. The message contained a search string that, when used on Google, returned a list of links to 1.32 million Facebook accounts. In some cases clicking on a link...Read More
The US asked India to strike a balance between national security and Internet freedom. The US has said it stands ready to assist US social media companies in their “conversations” with New Delhi. “We are in...Read More
The company’s SophosLabs intercepted a “spammed-out email campaign” which was designed to spread malware.
The blog notes that the email address above misspells “Facebook” as “Faceboook.” The link takes the user to a malicious iFrame script, which exposes the user’s computer to malware. However, within four seconds, the user’s browser is directed to a presumably innocent Facebook page.Read More
BitDefender said in a blog that a new scam is targeting Facebook and Gmail.
The fresh scam asks unwary users to “link” their credit card information with either Facebook or Google and transform these accounts into digital wallets.Read More
As the 2012 Summer Olympics in London gears up to become the most “social” games yet, hackers and cybercriminals are expected to pose a huge concern for users on sites such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.Read More
Facebook said a bug can reset your contacts’ e-mail addresses to its new and largely unwelcome @facebook.com mailbox — overwriting the original address info in the process.Read More
Can the Queen be saved from this one? As the London Olympics draw ever closer, a new cyberscam is targeting users of social networking giant Facebook, offering tickets to the Games “courtesy” of Queen Elizabeth II.Read More