Once again, Facebook is doing away with a feature that many users didn't even know they could use, but a small, privacy-conscious minority is glad to have (had).
Symantec researchers have recently stumbled upon a phishing site that packs a double whammy: the site asks the user either to log into Facebook or to download an app in order to activate a bogus service that will supposedly let them know who visited their Facebook profile (click on the screenshot to enlarge it): For those who opt for the first option and enter their Facebook login credentials the news is bad: their username and password has been sent to the phishers, and will likely be used to hijack the victims' account.
Since its launch earlier this year, Facebook Graph has slowly been filled with information about users.
This October, developers from around the globe have an opportunity to showcase their coding skills to an international audience at the HackWEEKDAY hackathon in Kuala Lumpur.
BullGuard released BullGuard Identity Protection, a new suite of security tools designed to guard against the growing number of threats that target internet and social media users.
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