The ads you see on Facebook are set to become even more targeted, as the social network's interest-based advertising, which they have been rolling out for the past year, will now include information from pages that use Facebook's Like button and similar social features.
Facebook has awarded $100,000 to a team of researchers from Georgia Tech for their discovery of a new method for identifying "bad-casting" vulnerabilities that affect programs written in C++.
Worried that you might have been targeted with Hacking Team spyware, but don't know how to find out for sure? IT security firm Rook Security has released Milano, a free automated tool meant to detect the Hacking Team malware on a computer system.
ESET researchers have discovered a new, ingenious, yet very simple Facebook phishing scheme: playable Android games that, before they are started, ask users to enter their Facebook credentials.
Facebook's ThreatExchange, which was unveiled this February, is apparently a hit with organizations, and they are vocal about the ways they believe it could be improved.
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