Popstar Selena Gomez’s alleged hacker has been charged.
Are your secret password reset questions easy to answer with public information?
Hackers seized control of the American singer and actress’s Instagram account and posted revealing snaps of her ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber.
Maybe it’s time to think twice before rushing to click on a link, next time your favourite celebrity says something bizarre on Twitter.
Learn more in my article on the We Live Security blog.
Messages are being spread by breathless fans of Justin Bieber that the pop star has died in a car crash. The posts, which are being shared on Facebook and Twitter, claim to link to a breaking news story.
But with a little tinkering, you can make it Zaphod Beeblebrox who dies instead…
The Syrian Electronic Army posts fake stories about Angelina Jolie and Justin Bieber from E! Online’s Twitter account
Get your real news from real news websites. Don’t trust Google or your Facebook friends, as they may be sharing links and stories that simply aren’t true.
After hacking into the Facebook account of Justin Bieber’s girlfriend, and accessing private messages, a 21-year-old British man is jailed.
Things could have been much much worse..
Justin Bieber had his Twitter account briefly hacked, as mischief-makers posted up an offensive message.
Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber in a sex video?
Your Facebook friends may be sharing the link with you – but take a reality check, it’s another survey scam.
Facebook scammers are claiming that Justin Bieber has been stabbed in an attempt to trick concerned fans into clicking on a link which will earn them money.
Just as there are many adoring young fans of Justin Bieber around the world, there are also scammers looking for an opportunity to make a quick buck.
Here’s how not to get Justin Bieber to follow you on Twitter.
Word up! A scam spreading on Facebook claims that Justin Bieber has had an embarrassing incident.
Millions of girls around the world are fans of teeny-bop pop muppet Justin Bieber – a fact that hasn’t gone unnoticed by cybercriminals.
Is Justin Bieber really giving away free concert tickets? Facebook scammers would certainly like you to think so.
Read more in my article at Naked Security.