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Late last month we reported about survey scams, and how such threats go across platforms from social networks to mobile. Back then we reported a scam deployed through Facebook, which enticed users into clicking links by offering free Starbucks coffee.We saw a scam very similar to the one we reported before, except for some differences. […]

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A new hoax is spreading between Facebook users, in the mistaken belief that sharing a picture of a sick boy in intensive care will grant him a heart transplant. If this little boy gets a 100 shares then he can get his heart transplant for free Of course, the message is nonsense – and simply […]

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It’s turning into quite a bad weekend for Facebook with chain letters, phishing attacks and now the promise of hardcore videos being used to spread scams virally across the social network. The following messages are currently appearing very rapidly. We’ve had to obscure the thumbnails as many people will find them disturbing. Here’s what the […]

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