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The benefits of Facebook are known to each of the millions of its users. However, this ‘free’ service does come at a price. After all, Facebook is now a listed company and it needs to find ways to monetize its services and make them profitable. While individual users do not...
One of the biggest complaints that people have against Facebook is that their privacy can be compromised at any time. While the entire purpose of Facebook and social networks is to share your updates with friends and family, many people often lose track of where to draw the line. A...
If you also find maneuvering around Facebook privacy settings confusing like we do, then we have just the thing for you. Facebook recently released a set of videos known as the ‘Just in Case Studies’. These quirky and short clips are the perfect embodiment of some of Facebook’s most discussed...
A new Facebook scam has been found doing the rounds recently, and it is something we here at Quick Heal have experienced as well. Apart from this, we have a special interview with Edward Snowden, infamous NSA whistleblower from Wired magazine that anyone interested in cybersecurity and state surveillance should...
Now that the FIFA World Cup is well and truly underway, something that a shell-shocked Spanish team would hesitantly affirm, it’s time for security vendors and users to come to arms as well. With a well-stocked arsenal of information about dangerous apps to avoid, phishing links to not click on...
In massive security news this last week, eBay was hacked on a large scale. This is the dominant story emanating from IT circles in the week gone by, and all else pales in comparison. During the hack, large databases of user passwords were also stolen and this is a rather...