Once users become too familiar with a type of scam and stop falling for it, scammers tend to move on to new ones.
A new phishing campaign is targeting Facebook users, and it's after more than just their login credentials, warns Hoax-Slayer.
An insidious Trojan is targeting Facebook users and getting them to share confidential personal and credit card information that will then be used to perform fraudulent transactions, warn Trend Micro researchers.
Facebook was the first company to admit publicly to have been affected by the recent watering hole attack that started with a compromised forum site popular with mobile developers.
If you get an email sent by "Mark Zurckerberg", saying your Facebook account might be permanently suspended because of violations of the social network's Terms of Service, fight the urge to follow the offered link for "account verification." The message is bogus, and the link will take you to a fake Facebook login web page set up for harvesting login credentials.
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