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Secure Messaging Apps | Skype & Facebook messages aren't private
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After Cambridge Analytica Facebook COO Sandberg admits other possible misuses
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[quote]After the Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal, Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg admitted that the company cannot rule out other cases of misuse.

In the wake of recent revelations about the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook Chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg doesn’t exclude other data misuse.

Sandberg gave two interviews las
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Win one of 50 fast wireless chargers (facebook)
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Which desktop charger you think is most user-friendly and your favorite?

Leave the reason below for a chance to win one of 50 fast wireless chargers: 

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FacexWorm Spreads via Facebook Messenger, Malicious Chrome Extension
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[quote]Facebook, Chrome, and cryptocurrency users should be on the lookout for a new malware strain named FacexWorm that infects victims for the purpose of stealing passwords, stealing cryptocurrency funds, running cryptojacking scripts, and spamming Facebook users.

This new strain was spotted in late April by Trend Micro researchers and appears to be related to two other Facebook Messenger spam campaigns, one
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How to Download Your Entire Facebook History
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Whether you’re leaving Facebook for good or just curious about what data the social network has collected on you, you might want to download your Facebook data.

The option to download your Facebook data has existed since 2010, as Mark Zuckerberg made clear when he promised to fix Facebook after the Senate hearings of April 2018.

So let’s take a look at how to download your Facebook data, what
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Facebook's Phishing Detection Tool Now Recognizes Homograph Attacks
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[quote]Facebook has updated a phishing detection toolkit it developed two years ago. The update now allows webmasters who sign up for the tool to detect homograph (Unicode-based lookalike) domains created for their websites.

The tool in question is named Certificate Transparency Monitoring, a Facebook-hosted application. Any website owner can sign-up for free for this service using their Facebook account.

Webmaster can add their domains to a da
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Join Facebook Security Test and Win Apple HomePod
Join a test about Facebook security and win an Apple HomePod.

Rules in detail:
1. Finish the test above and you can get a chance to win.
2. Make sure the email address you submitted is valid. 
For duplicated email addresses, we only take the first one for this contest.
3. The winner will be announced on 14th May 2018 on Facebook.
4. All the information that you submit will be used on this page only.
5. The final explanation right of this activity is reserved by Wondershare.

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The Facebook Android App Is Asking for Superuser Privileges and Users Are Freaking Ou
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[quote]The Facebook Android app is asking for superuser permissions, and a bunch of users are freaking out about granting the Facebook app full access to their device, an understandable reaction following the fallout from the Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal.

"Grants full access to your device," read the prompts while asking users for superuser permissions.

Prompts originate from the official Facebook a
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What the GDPR means for Facebook, the EU and you
[quote]Everything you need to know about the European Union's new data privacy law, regardless of where you live.

The European Union has a new law on the books for protecting data privacy. It's the General Data Protection Regulation, more commonly called the GDPR. This Friday, it goes into effect in the EU's 28 member states.

The law changes the rules for companies that collect, store or process large amounts of information on residents of the EU, requiring more openness about what data th
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Facebook Ransomware | FBLocker