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21 posts categorized "August 2013"

Scams on Facebook. How hackers make money by infecting your computer

Posted by stevebell28@rocketmail.com

Facebook cybercriminals

Social media platforms are a gift for hackers who want to spread their viral creations far and wide, and to as many people as possible. Most social media users don’t even know they’re infecting and infected, until something ‘strange’ happens to their computer.  

 

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Category: Internet Threats, Social Media Comments

The biggest hacking case in US history

Posted by kdunlaevy@gmail.com

Credit card hacking

The U.S has launched the largest hacking fraud case. The investigation behind this monumental case exposed 5 men in Russia and Ukraine that ran a hacking operation that allegedly stole over 160 million credit card numbers over the last 7 years. The total loss of these thefts is estimated to be hundreds of millions of dollars. Many of the victims are large corporations such as JC Penny, Visa, Dow Jones, and 7-Eleven. Just three of those reported $300m in losses.


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Category: Internet Security, Internet Threats Comments

Hacking a Facebook account

Posted by stevebell28@rocketmail.com

Facebook account hacking 

Hackers love the opportunity to show off their skills and make easy money. That’s why social networks are a prime target for them. They don’t want to snoop around for its own sake, they want personal information that can be used to make dollars. But with good virus protection you can keep them at bay.


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Category: Internet Security, Social Media Comments

Facebook Virus disguised into a friendly link

Posted by stevebell28@rocketmail.com

Bank account_resized

 

Getting online and chatting to friends via social media is now as common as talking to your neighbour. But your neighbour is not likely to dip your pocket or try and extract banking information from you.  To keep yourself protected against the heinous and nefarious on social networking sites you need to practice good identity theft protection with simple antivirus tools – or you may suddenly find yourself seriously out of pocket.

 

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Category: Internet Threats, Social Media Comments

FBI vs Anonymous or I spy on the FBI

Posted by stevebell28@rocketmail.com

Anonymous FBI

 

 I spy on the FBI 


It’s usually politicians who have an uncanny ability to put a foot in their mouths in the most spectacular of fashions. For example, in an attempt to woo the electorate a senior politician may stand up and say their party represents good old-fashioned family values.

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Category: Identity Protection, Security News Comments

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