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January 2011

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Today I received mail claiming it has been sent from facebook as below. ************************************************ From: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx To: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Facebook Support. A new password has been changed. ID4696 Date: Friday, January 28, 2011 3:36 PM Dear user of FaceBook. A Spam is sent from your FaceBook account. Your password has...
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Facebook is the fastest growing social networking site in the world today with up to 250,000 new users being added every day. But sharing information has lots of risks including your name which can be accessed by others and your profile can be viewed. Anyone can get valuable information and...
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With the increasing number of people using Facebook, here comes another security risk. The website has said in a blog post that it would give developers of applications access to the contact information of users who install their apps. Facebook is putting at risk the phone numbers and addresses of...
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New vulnerability that was disclosed during the end of December and confirmed by Microsoft as a security flaw in Internet Explorer is still unpatched. The vulnerability affected versions 6, 7 and 8 of Internet Explorer while handling recursive cascading style sheets (CSS). The number of websites that are reported to...
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Most of you may already be aware of the Quick Heal’s laptop tracking service. For those who do not know, we have started a new initiative with the hope to recover stolen laptops by starting the service of tracking stolen laptops through the portal TrackMyLaptop.net. It offers a free service...