Posts Tagged: social networking


Ongoing ‘LinkedIn Invitation’ themed campaign serving client-side exploits and malware

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Remember the ‘LinkedIn Invitations’ themed malware campaign which I profiled in March, 2012? A few hours, ago, the cybercriminals behind it launched another round of malicious emails to millions of end and corporate users. More details:

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Workplace Social Networking: More Like Antisocial Not-working

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By Ian Moyse, EMEA Channel Director Hardly a week goes by when the national press doesn’t carry a story about how social networks represent a threat to privacy or security, or both. These news stories aren’t wrong: Users of social networks face a raft of risks, ranging from malware attacks and identity theft, to cyberbullying, grooming from sexual predators or stalkers, viewing or posting inappropriate content, and the ever-present risk that you (or someone you work with) might end up with your foot (or is it your keyboard?) firmly in mouth. Using social networks to give out too much information […]

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