Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook lawyer argues you should have ‘no expectation of privacy’

Next time someone connected to Facebook tries to convince you that it’s now really serious about privacy you know they’re pulling your leg.


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bitdefender.com

Zuckerberg’s Facebook page? I’ll livestream its deletion, says hacker

A Taiwanese bug hunter says that he will livestream his attempt to delete Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook page this weekend.

Read more in my article on the Hot for Security blog.


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Facebook knew for years scammers were harvesting users’ details with phone number searches. Did nothing

Mark Zuckerberg: “At some point during the last several years, someone has probably accessed your public information.”

Yep. So why didn’t you do something about it Zuck?


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tripwire.com

Mark Zuckerberg has his Pinterest account hacked (again)

The hacking group OurMine has targeted Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg for the second time in recent months.

Read more in my article on the Tripwire State of Security blog.


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bitdefender.com

Facebook CEO tapes over his webcam. Maybe you should do the same?

Sometimes you don’t have to spend millions of dollars to protect yourself from attacks, as Mark Zuckerberg can tell you.

Read more in my article on the Hot for Security blog.


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VIDEO: Mark Zuckerberg’s password choices are dadada-dumb!

It appears that the hoodie-wearing Facebook chief wasn’t just committing the cardinal sin of reusing passwords. His choice of passwords is phenomenally weak too.

Learn more in my latest video.


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VIDEO: Mark Zuckerberg, Kylie Jenner, Jack Black – hacked!

Mark Zuckerberg had his Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and Pinterest accounts hacked over the weekend.

And he wasn’t the only one – actor Jack Black and Kylie Jenner also suffered as the result of social networking accounts being compromised.

Check out my latest video to learn more.


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How to steal a Facebook page, with help from Mark Zukcemberng

Whatever you do, don’t confuse this phisher with Mark Zuckerberg!


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Hackers raise over $12,000 for man who broke into Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook page

Facebook may have refused to pay researcher Khalil Shreateh a bug bounty after he posted a message on Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook page, but that doesn’t mean he’s going to go away empty-handed.


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Facebook admits mistakes, but still won’t pay out to researcher who hacked Zuckerberg’s page

The researcher, who failed to get an adequate response from Facebook’s security team and so hacked Mark Zuckerberg’s page, will not receive a reward, the social network has confirmed.

But Facebook will, it says, mend some of its processes.


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Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook page hacked by peeved security researcher

When a man felt Facebook’s Security team weren’t taking him seriously, he “escalated” the problem in the most dramatic way possible. He posted a message on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s own page.


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Facebook Video Ads hoax, starring Mark Zuckerberg, continues to spread

A hoax chain letter is being spread across Facebook, between users who believe that the social network is asking their opinion about whether it should implemention video adverts or not.


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Is Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg giving away free iPhones and iPads?

Has Apple really partnered up with Facebook? Is the social network really giving away free Apple iPhones and iPads to randomly selected individuals?


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Facebook fixes flaw that allowed access to private photos

In the end, it took a picture of Mark Zuckerberg holding a dead chicken to get Facebook to fix a flaw that allowed strangers to access your private photos.

The company’s motto of “Move fast and break things” is to blame for this latest privacy SNAFU.


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Facebook will close all accounts today? Rogue app spreads virally

Facebook scam spreads virally, claiming that all users must verify their accounts or have them deleted automatically.


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Mark Zuckerberg fan page hacked on Facebook: What really happened?

High profile fan pages on Facebook were defaced via API vulnerability, says Facebook.

So, what does this mean for you if you’re a sysadmin responsible for securing your company’s Facebook presence?


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