Researchers have reported an increase in activity for a Facebook-hijacking threat known as Faceliker.
David Bisson reports.
An online quiz to help consumers spot digital malvertising that can result in unexpected mobile charges has been launched by UK regulator, PhonepayPlus.
A firm at the centre of allegations that its affiliates flooded Facebook with spam and clickjacking attacks has agreed to clean up its act – after earning up to $1.2 million per month in gross monthly revenues.
Facebook has filed a law suit a firm who, they say, bombarded users with clickjacking scams that earned $1.2 million a month.
A new clickjacking scam spreading across Facebook poses as a video of a boy’s reaction after his ex-girlfriend posts on his wall.
Once again, scammers are running rings about Facebook’s built-in security measures by spreading a clickjacking scam between users’ accounts.
Mind where you point that mouse, Lily Allen is a married woman!
Another weekend of Facebook scams, with everything from a revealing Lily Allen to a woman definitely enjoying a roller coaster.
Messages are beginning to spread across Facebook, tricking users into clicking on links which claim to point to the world’s funniest condom commercial.
Facebook’s recently announced new security measures have proven ineffective against the clickjacking attack.
Messages are spreading rapidly across Facebook, as users get tricked into clicking on links claiming to show an amazing video of a big baby being born.
FouTube, FbVideo, YoTube.. What are these sites?
And why should you be wary of odd video links on Facebook?
Scammers claim Charlie Sheen has died from a cardiac arrest and been taken away in an ambulance.
But it’s all a Facebook scam to earn revenue by tricking users into taking surveys.
The latest scam – which innocent Facebook users are being tricked into clicking on – involves a message about Christina Aguilera, who was arrested in an intoxicated state earlier this week.
In the last 24 hours, admirers of Singapore celebrity Fiona Xie have been tempted into clicking on a link which has spread virally via Facebook.
Clickjacking scammers pose as BBC News report and Cheryl Cole paparazzi pictures to earn money via Facebook.