After having introduced secure browsing as an option in 2011, and having begun rolling out always-on HTTPS by default for users in North America late last year, Facebook is finally making it the default option for all users.
A bizarre spam / malware delivery campaign is currently targeting Facebook users.
A new phishing / malware delivery scam is doing rounds on Facebook, warns ThreatTrack's Chris Boyd.
Hijacked Facebook Fan Pages are a great asset to online spammers and scammers, so it's no wonder that at any given time there are a number of active phishing campaigns aimed at their administrators.
Last Friday, Facebook tried to make its latest disclosure of an information-leaking bug as low-key as possible, but luckily there were researchers who actually analyzed the bug and the type of information it leaked before it was fixed.
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