Mobile ransomware known as LeakerLocker threatens to dox Android users with whom it comes into contact as a means of extortion.
David Bisson reports.
Once again a scam has spread rapidly across Facebook, claiming to link to a shocking video.
On this occasion, the video claims to be gruesome footage of 18 people killed in a roller coaster accident at Universal Studios in Florida. Learn more and don’t be duped!
A new virus hoax is spreading on Facebook, shared by well-intentioned users who believe they are warning their friends and family about a threat – but, in reality, are just adding to the noise.
Jackie Chan death video links spread on Facebook. But they’re really a rogue application scam.
Make sure that you and your friends aren’t fooled.
An alarmist warning has spread across Facebook once again, proving once again that many users are far too willing to pass on warnings without checking their facts with a reputable source.
Celebrity sex scandal links spreading across Facebook are just the latest in a long line of scams.
Just say neigghhhh!
If you believe everything you read on Facebook, you might think it’s true that Emma Watson has had her cell phone hacked, and that naked photos of the Harry Potter actress have been leaked onto the internet.
Tagged photographs on Facebook are spreading, claiming to offer a way to find out who has been looking at your profile.
It’s a scam, of course… but what can you do about it?
If you see a message on Facebook claiming to link to naked photos of actress Emma Watson, or a gruesome video of a spider trapped under someone’s skin, you should instantly be suspicious.
And you definitely should think twice before you click on the link – even if the message has been posted on Facebook by one of your friends.
Facebook users are being targeted in a scam that offers them the opportunity to get their hands on a free iPad Mini.
Facebook does not give you any way to find out who has been viewing your profile.
Any application or link which claims it can reveal to you who has should be treated with great suspicion.
Stop! If you’ve been told to verify your Facebook account before June 15th you may be about to be scammed.
If you’re careless about what applications you allow to access your Twitter account, don’t be surprised if you find the bad guys are spamming tweets out in your name without your permission.
A rogue application which claims to allow you to see who has viewed your Facebook profile is spreading between accounts on the popular social network.
Messages are spreading rapidly on Facebook claiming to reveal a way to find out who has been secretly viewing your profile.
The truth is, however, that it’s another scheme to earn money for scammers.