Posted by A Ocean on December 20, 2012 ·
Want to send a Facebook message to a person who is not your Facebook friend? Pay up. Facebook on Thursday starts testing if it can monetize and cut spam at the same time by asking you to pay to ensure the recipient sees it.
Facebook’s also changing everyone’s privacy settings into dynamic filters that let “relevant” messages through. Facebook says the changes are primarily designed to let [...]
Posted by A Ocean on August 20, 2012 ·
According to a report by Next Web Facebook users are receiving a request to use the popular mobile messaging app on Facebook on Monday and WhatsApp doesn’t have a Facebook app.
Apparently imposters of the mobile messaging app are trying to steal your info through Facebook.
WhatsApp was prompt in responding to the issue through their Blog “Some people are getting Facebook notifications [...]
Posted by A Ocean on September 3, 2010 ·
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Internet and Spam are synonymous, how could Apple’s recently launched Ping Social Networking site be safe from spam. The Ping network which is integrated with iTunes 10 and allows iTunes users to follow artists, update status and swap comments with other fans got attacked by spammers within few hours of its launch, the comments sections to be swamped by phony [...]
Posted by Vlad Ionesi on July 31, 2009 ·
Danger! Your Apple iPhone can be targeted by hackers! They can break into your iPhone and deliver malware, intercept messages, or track your keystrokes. This is achieved by launching a Denial of Service (DoS) attack through the SMS protocol. Through this DoS attack, the hacker can take control of any iPhone. Why? To steal sensitive information, send spam and malware, or just keep you off the network.