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A Facebook privacy settings hoax that has been around since at least 2012 has resurfaced, claiming that private photographs and messages are going to be made public. The message urges Facebook users to copy and paste a warning to their walls to protect their private photos and messages. The text reads: Read More

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Cyber-criminals are using Google Docs to host a new Facebook scamming tool, which is designed to steal credentials from potential hackers who try to access other users’ accounts. A newly discovered crimeware service is turning potential hackers into cyber-crime victims through new Facebook hacking tools hosted on Google Drive. The cyber-criminals behind the crimeware-as-a-service (CaaS) […]

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If you want to detect malware or other potential risks across your enterprise, one time-honored method is to look at your endpoint behavior. A recent Simility blog post detailed how it is tracking online fraud. With the help of a SaaS-based machine learning tool, the company and its beta customers have seen a 50 to […]

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