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The hack was a result of debug logging being turned on one of the pages, which has been present from November 2007. This points many angry fingers at the developers of YouPorn.

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Glenn Mangham, who is only a year younger than Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, was jailed for 8 months by the British court today. The self-described “ethical hacker” said that he wanted a mini project to point out vulnerabilities on a major web site.

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Another new video scam is brewing on Facebook where scammers are using a good deed by a Police office to spread this new Facebook scam. The new Facebook scam is spreading with the following message

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Top email providers including Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, and AOL have partnered with Cisco spinoff Agari to identify and filter phishing campaigns.

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The UN is a worldwide organization, and this hack proves just how vulnerable it is. The collectives participating in this hack have exclaimed at the lack of security, at these UN departments.

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Cru3l Int3ntion has leaked login details for over 2500 Facebook accounts. The total list is 500 KB in size. Most of the hacked accounts have been locked due to repeated login attempts from multiple locations.

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The Captcha code that you might be entering at some site might not be as secure as you think it to be! Stanford researchers have demonstrated that Captcha codes might be broken and that too at important sites like CNN, Visa and eBay.

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A well known group of hackers in Germany discovered and tested a trojan program that’s used by the German Federal government to spy on its citizens. Do you need to worry – even if you don’t live there?

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Google Launches Online Safety and Security Campaign “Good to Know”

In an attempt to help people stay safe on the Internet and manage the way of sharing information online, the Citizen’s Advice Bureau (CAB) has teamed up with Google to promote online safety in the UK and the rest of the world.

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With a world full of malware, identity thieves and hackers, securing your computer properly is of at most importance. But unfortunately, most of us do not think further than installing security software. Mostly it is only after you get infected or hacked, that you realize you have done too little, but it would be too late by then. The truth is, by following some very easy practices, you can easily minimize chances of being infected. Here’s a rundown of some of the tips to secure your computer.

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Just three weeks after the launch of the “Bug Bounty Program”, social networking giant Facebook, announced that is has paid out US$40,000 in rewards so far to expert hackers who have successfully identified and reported security loopholes on the site.

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As the Hurricane Irene barrels up the East Coast, users on the Internet should lookout for scam messages and phishing attacks related to the storm news. It is likely that scammers will create phishing attacks and other malicious activity, and publish them across the Internet.

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There are several ways how hackers carry out the hacking process. Hackers go through users’ Facebook account and gather publicly available information, and send phishing emails to obtain secured information like credit card number and bank details. Sometimes, they create malware programs that are automatically downloaded on your computer which help them gain access to credentials like email id, passwords and so on. Here are four common methods that hackers use to target Facebook users and try to hack their accounts.

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In the past, we reported a number of Facebook scams that were spreading like wildfire. Scam messages including “Girl Killed Herself After Dad Posted On Wall Scam”, “Marika Fruscio Spam”, “OMG Can’t Believe Justin Beiber Did This To A Girl Spam”, which were reported earlier are still spreading on Facebook. As Facebook scams continue to boom and spam news feeds, Websense, a web security firm conducted an interesting study that explains how scam messages spread and how they work.

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It looks like the Facebook Security team have started to take scam messages and phishing attacks seriously. They have come up with a 14 pages long document called “Guide To Facebook Security” which will help its users understand the social network’s security features and possible ways to protect their account from threats like malware and phishing attacks. It also includes tips on how users can avoid click-jacking and like-jacking scam messages and scam apps.

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