Microblogging site Twitter has sued five of the most aggressive tool providers and spammers, demanding compensation after it spent $700,000 on anti-spam efforts.
The British broadcaster Sky News, part-owned by Rupert Murdoch, admitted it hacked private e-mails as part of news gathering operations. With the executives’ approval, a journalist broke into e-mails on two occasions.
Social networking has become one of the most popular forms of Internet communication. It's easy-to-use, you can stay in touch with friends and family at a distance, and share ideas. Unfortunately, the convenience and popularity of these sites have also led them to be utilized by identity thieves and scammers. Antivirus software can protect you from threats on your social networking sites.
According to the Internet Crime Complaint Center, there are several scams being circulated by cyber criminals.
With Valentineâ─≥s Day here, cyber criminals will be out in full force trying to scam unsuspecting love birds any way they can, according to the Better Business Bureau.
According to an internet security company, social networking virus attacks are spreading like wildfire.
With the Super Bowl approaching, security experts are warning that online threats and cyber criminals will be out in force for the big game.
Facebook has more than its share of spam and malware.
Facebook has recently been targeted by a variety of security threats, ranging from fake comments on photo pages to offers for non-existent apps that infect users with malware.
Facebook has filed lawsuits against two individuals and a corporation it accuses of spreading spam on the social networking site.
Facebook will soon give users one-time, disposable passwords