Has Apple really partnered up with Facebook? Is the social network really giving away free Apple iPhones and iPads to randomly selected individuals?
In the end, it took a picture of Mark Zuckerberg holding a dead chicken to get Facebook to fix a flaw that allowed strangers to access your private photos.
The company's motto of "Move fast and break things" is to blame for this latest privacy SNAFU.
Facebook scam spreads virally, claiming that all users must verify their accounts or have them deleted automatically.
High profile fan pages on Facebook were defaced via API vulnerability, says Facebook.
So, what does this mean for you if you're a sysadmin responsible for securing your company's Facebook presence?
A story is spreading like wildfire across Facebook this weekend, claiming that the world's most popular social network is going to shut down on March 15th.
But what's the truth?
Early on Monday I blogged about the iPhone and iPad tester scams which had been affecting many Facebook users' accounts, posting images on their walls in an attempt to direct the unwary into the arms of the scammers. It appears Read more…
Robert Scoble has just (with permission) published a personal email dialog between himself and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg related to the privacy beating Facebook has taken in the press this month. From Scoble's GMail Zuckerberg said: Hey, We've been listening Read more…
You don't have to be a long-term follower of the computer security stories we've shared on the Sophos website over the years to know that young people sometimes do stupid things. On Friday last week, as I was flying back Read more…