Facebook vulnerability breaks down the convenience of social login authentication.Â Insufficient security validation allows attackers to impersonate Internet users and gain password-less access to any of their online accounts.
More than 2,000 people have been tricked into installing a Trojan after clicking on a new Facebook scam that promises naked videos of their friends. According to Bitdefender Labs, the countries with the most detected infections are Romania, the UK, … Continue reading
The paper by Bitdefender developer Andrei Serbanoiu, titled Digging into Facebook ads: finding clues that indicate a scam pattern and presented at the recent Virus Bulletin conference, is now available from the Bitdefender website, here.
An impersonation of the Adobe Flash Player is being used by cyber-criminals to get page likes for various campaigns in just two clicks, then sell them to other customers.
The MIT SpamConference of 2010 was host to a presentation about the dangers of social media, as applied primarily to Facebook.