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Massive Leak Leaves 267M Facebook Users Data Exposed
If you are a Facebook user, you should head up for a new warning: 267 million users' data had been exposed on the Internet for weeks before it was reported. Some of them are already seen on the dark web. The breached data include user name, ID, mobile number, and other personal information. At this stage, researchers believe that the accident is due to issues in Facebook management...
How Facebook Harvests Personal Data from Popular Apps
Facebook has been covertly collecting deeply personal information from a number of popular apps without your knowing. At 11 or more Apps have been sending personal data to Facebook. For example, Realtor, a real estate app, is linked with the collection as a Wall Street Journal investigation found. Other highly sensitive data are like users' weight, height, blood pressure, and even pregnancy status...
By ANNIE PALMER  View Source  
Facebook Confirms Hackers Steal Data of Millions of Users
Facebook said that 50 million users were affected in recent hacking at first time, but now shrink to 30 million as the final number. Is it a good news? I don't think so. The positive point is Facebook has now confirmed that actually over 29 million users were in hackers' hands. What we can is to expect Facebook, the great company can do right things to protect our privacy, if our data aren't in that 30 millions in luck. There is a list showing what your information may be stolen...
By Anmol  View Source  
UK Conservative Party conference App Leaks MP Personal Details
Some phone numbers and email addresses for high-profile British MPs were shared on Twitter, and a few of them even received prank calls and messages. This data lead was due to a mobile conferencing app for the UK's Conservative Party. When things is related to security, you must get qualified guys to do, otherwise you take a risk of privacy sharing on Twitter or Facebook, especially your privacy is interesting in public...
By Catalin Cimpanu  View Source  
One Mistake People Make Using Public Wi-Fi
Using public Wi-Fi isn't a right option in many cases, especially you may log in any accounts, either your bank or your Facebook. A basic rule is that avoid doing anything you would not want anyone in the world to know on public Wi-Fi. No matter in busy café or big-name hotel, public Wi-Fi is a major liability in view of security. The real risk isn't in your computer but the router that the Wi-Fi goes through...
By Kim Komando  View Source  
Reveals Easy Way to Hack Facebook Account
When you play with big guys, never give up protecting own privacy. Yahoo once offered some infamous examples. So did other information giants. Facebook is a target of hackers for a long time. It lets you add phone numbers or other contact ways - WhatsApp or Messenger or Snapchat or Hangouts or whatever - for social networks, but can it keep them safe? Unfortunately hackers indeed get them someway...
By James Martindale  View Source  
Facebook Moderators Information Leaked
You work for a top IT company but your identity has been exposed because of a security lapse. The terrorist groups are review more than 1000 moderators of Facebook. One moderator lives in constant fear for his safety because he believe his job's detail - to stop terrorist users - is uncovered...
By Olivia Solon  View Source  
Using Facebook Quizzes Get Personal Data
Your personal data may be stolen from some channels you fully trust. Facebook is the new one in that risk list. The report said Facebook's random online quizzes online, where one can share the result afterwards, is raising the warning. These seemingly plain questionnaires could actually be used to infiltrate your personal data...
By KHRISTIAN IBARROLA  View Source  View Cache  
Hackers Have Tricked Facial Recognition Technology By Facebook Photos
Facial recognition software is as the new fingerprint in may ways, and is accepted as new methods of identity authentication. Unfortunately, with photographs from Facebook, vision specialists can create 3-D facial models to trick facial recognition systems...
By CODY ZILER  View Source  
Mark Zuckerberg Has Tape on His Computer
The Facebook CEO posted a photo to his personal Facebook Tuesday. The Internet took the opportunity to notice his laptop on the desk. The computer’s webcam and microphone jack had been taped over.
By Lucinda Shen  View Source  
Hacked Screenshots Show Friend-To-Friend Payments Feature Hidden In Facebook Messenger
Messenger’s payment option lets users send money in a message similar to how they can send a photo. Users can add a debit card in Messenger, or use one they already have on file with Facebook. An in-app pincode also exists for added security around payments. It’s unclear whether Facebook will monetize Messenger by charging a small fee for money...
By Josh Constine  View Source  
WSJ's Facebook Page Hacked With Fake Air Force One News
A false report about the loss of Air Force One was posted to The Wall Street Journal's Facebook page early Sunday morning. The newspaper later said its page had been "compromised." SEE ALSO: 'The Wall Street Journal' Turns 125: Here's What the First Issue Looked Like The WSJ deleted the fake posts, but not before several users captured...
By JONATHAN ELLIS  View Source  
GCHQ leak lists UK cyber-spies' hacking tools
A document that appears to list a wide variety of GCHQ's cyber-spy tools and techniques has been leaked online. It indicates the agency worked on ways to alter the outcome of online polls, find private Facebook photos, and send spoof emails that appeared to be from Blackberry users, among other things. The document is alleged to have been among...
By Leo Kelion  View Source  
Facebook hacked, social media company says
Facebook Inc said on Friday hackers had infiltrated some of its employees' laptops in recent weeks, making the world's No.1 social network the latest victim of a wave of cyber attacks, many of which have been traced to China. It said none of its users' data was compromised in the attack, which occurred after a handful of employees visited a...