Do you really want complete strangers being able to access your mobile phone number and home address?
Facebook plays a dangerous game with new ability for application developers.
It was a computer security story that made headlines around the world, involving the private emails of a woman who could have become Vice President of the United States.
Have you been told your Facebook account protection status is very low?
Are you worried the message could be a scam?
Remotely hacking into a computer is wrong, right?
Well, maybe not if it’s your computer – that was stolen from you two years beforehand..
Every year we run an investigation into how many of you are being hit by threats (such as spam, malware and phishing) on social networks. Well, it’s that time again!
This year, to encourage you to help us, we’re offering a marvellous prize.
Facebook users are being tempted by a a snowman dancing like he’s at an early 1990s acid house rave – but should you really share the links with your friends?
Are you one of the many people who is using a dangerously easy-to-guess password?
Maybe now’s the time to fix that before it’s too late.
Would you be tricked into believing that you are about to see a Miley Cyrus sex tape?
If so, then you could just be the kind of person that Facebook phishers are looking for.
Following a security breach at Gawker Media, computer users who have left comments on websites such as Lifehacker, Gizmodo, Gawker, Jezebel, io9, Jalopnik, Kotaku, Deadspin, and Fleshbot are being advised to change their passwords as a matter of priority.
A 21-year-old Armenian calling himself “Vahe G” has uncovered a way of sending spam to Gmail users, just by them visiting an exploited webpage.
Worse still, the spam messages come from Google’s own servers.
Many female users of Facebook have reported having their accounts disabled. The reason? Code designed to weed out inauthentic profiles on the social network got a little too enthusiastic.
What you need to know about Facebook’s new message system – it’s not email as we know it, but it could still suffer from spam and malware.
A teenage woman has been charged with hacking into Playboy playmate Brittany Binger’s email account, stealing naked photos of baseball star Grady Sizemore.
The FBI wants to find more victims of a hacker accused of spying on more than 200 women via their webcams, after infecting their computers with malware.
Think a Facebook app can tell you which of your friends has blocked you? Think again. Scammers exploit social networkers once again with revenue-generating surveys.