Scammers are increasingly taking advantage of Facebook targeting tools and user trust to push cheap pharmaceuticals, designer replicas and other products in a trend reminiscent of traditional spam, according to Bitdefender.
Researchers have uncovered a potentially massive attack on Android users.
Developers working for privacy software vendor MyPermissions claim to have discovered a critical vulnerability in Facebook's code.
If you are a regular Facebook user, chances are good that you have already watched a couple of "Look Back" videos compiled by your friends.
Facebook has announced that it has awarded $33,500 - their biggest bug bounty payout to date - to a Brazilian security researcher that discovered a remote code execution flaw affecting Facebook's servers.
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