Bogus Facebook hacking tool dupes users

Symantec has seen an alternate round of a ham-fisted however shockingly fruitful assault that targets Facebook clients planning to break into their companions’ records. The seed of the trick is a feature on Facebook that claims to offer a device for getting login certifications for companions’ records. Read More…. For…

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Bogus Facebook apps spreading Android malware

Bogus Facebook apps spreading Android malware Third-party Android markets have traditionally been the main source of infection since the Android boom, as they are less strict than the genuine Play when it comes to bouncing malware. … View full post on National Cyber Security » Computer Hacking

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Bogus Report: 55,000 Twitter accounts compromised

Bogus Report: 55,000 Twitter accounts compromised Thousands of Twitter passwords were exposed this week and the site was looking into matter. According to a message posted on Twitter’s Japanese blog, None of the recently leaked Twitter logins and passwords came from within the company.<!– adsense –> Twitter has assured its users…

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Bogus training offer opens hacker doors to bank accounts

(PhysOrg.com) — Mischief-making hackers, always willing to try clever ways to bypass advanced security safeguards, have figured out a way to make off like bandits, literally. According to a BBC report, the exploit first tricks account-owning victims by presenting offers of training for an upgraded security system. The hacker criminals,…

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Bogus Facebook accounts always female, new study finds

Bogus Facebook profiles used to spread malware are overwhelmingly created to appear female, have an unusually high number of ‘friends’ and often claim to be bisexual, a study of the phenomenon has found. Barracuda Networks’ random sampling of 2,884 active Facebook accounts using its Profile Protector tool set out to…

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Bogus Facebook accounts easy to spot, new study finds

Bogus Facebook profiles used to spread malware are overwhelmingly created to appear female, have an unusually high number of ‘friends’ and often claim to be bisexual, a study of the phenomenon has found. Barracuda Networks’ random sampling of 2,884 active Facebook accounts using its Profile Protector tool set out to…

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Online brokers hit by run of bogus trades

Clients of online stockbrokers should ''urgently'' review their account security after a rise in hacking attacks, the corporate watchdog has warned. View full post on cyber crime hacking – Yahoo! News Search Results View full post on National Cyber Security » Computer Hacking

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