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Admiral James Stavridis is under the spotlight of the social media stage since an anonymous phishing attack was launched on Facebook a few days ago using a fake version of his profile. It seems this is a good time to meet this commander (at least on-line), hence we did a simple study on his official […]

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The latest phishing attack is striking Twitter users by sending them messages saying that they’re fat. Well, at least that’s how some people will interpret the message that’s being sent via DM (direct message) from compromised accounts: you look like you lost weight in this video.. [LINK] If you’re curious, you might click on the […]

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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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