Mobile ransomware, targeted job fraud and Trojans lurking behind shocking videos are all expected to make their appearance on social media in 2015.
Facebook continues with its plan to make the social network's privacy settings easier to understand, and has introduced Privacy Basics.
Remember when last summer Yahoo announced they will recycle inactive accounts and offer them to other users? The scheme was more or less successful.
Facebook's Privacy Checkup tool - informally dubbed "Privacy Dinosaur" - has been made available for use to all users of the popular social network.
95% of Facebook's notification emails are now encrypted with both Perfect Forward Secrecy and strict certificate validation, Michael Adkins, a Messaging Integrity Engineer at Facebook, shared on Tuesday.
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