On the heels of yet another privacy incident where Facebook app developers received user data when they shouldn’t be, the social networking giant rolled out new terms and policies for developers.
A malware campaign that used dozens of fake Facebook profiles and target Libyans has been uncovered and dismantled.
There's no need to go to underground forums and criminal marketplaces to trade crimeware tools and buy/sell stolen information when it's all on social media, such as Facebook.
In a bizarre series of events, Facebook decided to ask some users to provide the passwords to their email accounts when signing up for new Facebook accounts. When asked, the company agreed to stop.
Attackers exploited vulnerabilities in Facebook's code to gain access to at least 50 million Facebook user accounts. Those accounts could have been used for information gathering campaigns, as attackers had full access to the user's profile, friends list, and usage history.