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.
Facebook is testing out an experimental new feature that will enable people to add OpenPGP public keys to their profile, and gives users the option of receiving notification emails sent from Facebook in encrypted form.
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