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Phishers appear to have concentrated their fire on a relatively new target: Apple IDs. In recent days, we’ve seen a spike in phishing sites that try to steal Apple IDs.Upon looking at the URLS, we noted that there was a consistent pattern to the URLs of these phishing sites. They are under a folder named […]

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Last year Facebook implemented a new feature for North American users that uses facial recognition software to “help” your Facebook friends tag you in their photos. If you have this option enabled, any time one of your friends uploads a photo, Facebook will “suggest” you as a match based on the recommendations of the software. […]

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When Facebook revealed last year it was introducing facial recognition technology to help users tag their friends in photographs, they gave the functionality to North American users only. Most of the rest of us found the option in our privacy settings was “not yet available”, which meant we could neither enable or disable it. We […]

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