Posts Tagged: Instagram


How cybercriminals efficiently violate YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, SoundCloud and Google+’s ToS

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With social media, now an inseparable part of the marketing expenditures for every modern organization, cybercriminals quickly adapted to the ongoing buzz, and over the last couple of years, have been persistently supplying the market segment with social media metrics performance boosts, in the the form of bogus likes, dislikes, comments, favorites, subscribers, and video/music plays. This process, largely made possible by the massively undermined CAPTCHA bot vs human verification practice, results in automatically registered accounts, or the persistent data mining of malware-infected hosts for accounting data for social media accounts, continues to scale, allowing both individuals and organizations to […]

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Hacked Origin, Uplay, Hulu Plus, Netflix, Spotify, Skype, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, Freelancer accounts offered for sale

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Aiming to capitalize on the multi-billion gaming market, cybercriminals actively data mine their botnets for accounting credentials, not just for popular gaming platforms, but also the actual activation keys for some of the most popular games on the market. A newly launched e-shop aims to monetize stolen accounting credentials, not just for gaming platforms/popular games such as Origin and Uplay, but also for a variety of online services such as Hulu Plus, Spotify, Skype, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr and Freelancer. How much does it cost to buy pre-ordered access to Battlefield 4? What about a compromised Netflix or Spotify account? Let’s find out. […]

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