A new viral scam is being spread across Facebook by a rogue application, tricking users into believing that Facebook is closing all accounts today.
Don't be tricked into believing the scam is true - or you could be putting money into the bad guys' pockets.
Facebook users, both male and female, are finding that they have been tagged in a photo of a young woman dressed as a bunnygirl.
Scammers are exploiting Facebook's loosely-controlled photo tagging capability to get their messages in front of as many people as possible.
Facebook users are being hit today by a new incarnation of a virally-spreading survey scam that has already claimed many scalps.
Twitter users are once again finding themselves on the receiving end of a rogue application attack spreading virally across the network.
Thousands of Twitter users have fallen into the trap of allowing a third party application called "Profile Spy" to access their accounts, after believing that they would be able to find out who has been viewing their tweets.
Do you want to know the total number of times that your Facebook wall has been viewed? Are you curious as to who may be stalking you on Facebook?
If so, you're a prime candidate for scammers who are exploiting that desire to put money into their own pockets.
A new survey scam is tricking Twitter users into spreading their dodgy messages through the tweet-o-sphere today. Do Twitter users need to learn a lesson from their Facebook friends?
More rogue applications are catching Twitter users off their guard today, helping scammers earn money by spreading links that point to online surveys.
Twitter users have once again found themselves the target of rogue applications this weekend, in a similar fashion to the problem which has been plaguing Facebook users for over a year.
A controversial BBC soap opera plotline is being exploited on Facebook by rogue applications to earn money through survey scams.
A Facebook scam about a girl who allegedly killed herself on her webcam uses a slightly different piece of social engineering to trick you into taking its revenue-generating online survey.
Scams are attempting to increase their chances of success by targeting both Facebook and Twitter users at the same time.
A rogue application has caught Twitter users off their guard today, with thousands of people duped into clicking on links believing that it will reveal how many hours they have spent on Twitter.
A rogue Facebook application poses as video of young woman who committed suicide.
Think before you help cybercriminals spread viral scam across the social network.
A so-called opportunity to win free tickets with Southwest Airlines may look like a dream come true, but in fact is an opportunity for scammers to harvest your information.
Facebook scammers exploit Serene Branson, after speculation spread that she had suffered a stroke while presenting from the Grammy Awards.
The Facebook page of the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam has been compromised to promote a money-making survey scam.
If your company taking proper measures to protect its Facebook presence?
Is there a girl/boy you really like? Do you want to send them a love poem on Facebook?
If so, you could be just the kind of person that survey scammers are looking for.
OMG! It's another survey scam being spread via rogue applications on Facebook.
Sick scammers claim to link to video of daughter caught stripping on webcam.
Do you want to know who stalks you on Facebook? Do you want to see who creeps around your profile?
If so, you're a prime candidate to fall for a fast-spreading Facebook scam.
Spam messages are spreading across Facebook claiming to be from users who have calculated the total hours they spent on the social network during 2010.
Make sure you're not helping scammers with their money-making scheme.