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Aug 25, 2017
A new malware is targeting Windows, Linux and Mac systems using Facebook MessengerThe malware takes your display image from Facebook and puts it on the Google Docs landing page to ensure that there is no suspicion.
Jun 12, 2015
Don't click on that link: Porn malware hits Facebook timelines across IndiaSeveral Facebook users in India are irked by a malicious porn malware that went on spamming users' timelines with porn images and videos.
Jun 06, 2013
Malware active on Facebook can drain your bank accountIf you never came across any information on 'Zeus' in the past, then you have a good reason now to educate yourself about this six-year old malicious
May 13, 2013
Malware targeting Facebook profiles on Chrome, Firefox detectedFacebook users, especially those accessing the service on Chrome and Firefox browsers, here's something that you ought to take note of.
Feb 26, 2013
Hacker finds Facebook flaw that exposes private informationFacebook has found itself engulfed in yet another hacking scandal, only this time, it’s scarier than a simple malware problem. A hacker has been able to...
Jul 28, 2012
"Is this you?" spam spreading through TwitterA new scam campaign on Twitter has been discovered by security researchers. The scam is spreading quickly across Twitter by claiming to be a photo of the
Jul 20, 2012
Malware posing as email from Facebook on the prowlThe next time you hit a link in an email seemingly from Facebook, spare a moment to read it.
Jul 19, 2012
French photos posing as Facebook email is a malware attack: SophosSophos has pointed out a malware attack of an email in French attached with intimate photos that appear as if sent from Facebook. It is the latest foul
Jan 06, 2012
Malware steals 45,000 Facebook passwordsSecurity firm, Seculert has issued a warning that a malware, by the name of Ramnit is out on a rampage, affecting ...
Jul 25, 2011
Facebook Scam Takes Form of an Oslo Bombing VideoScammers take advantage of the latest tragedy to spread malware on Facebook, and it's reportedly affecting one Facebook user per second.