Facebook users have lately become targets of phishers who are not satisfied with stealing the users' login information, but they want their security questions and payment card information as well.
A new spam campaign is targeting Facebook users. It uses the same approach as the recent one aimed at WhatsApp users, and Comodo researchers believe that the authors of both campaigns are likely the same.
Facebook recently announced it stopped using Adobe Flash for web videos that appear on its News Feed, Pages and the embedded Facebook video player, instead deploying a video player built around HTML5.
Facebook will begin alerting its users when their account is being targeted or compromised by an attacker suspected of working on behalf of a nation-state.
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.
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