4 responses

  1. Nikolaj Bomann
    March 4, 2012

    It still seems like there is a new kind of phishing going on, on facebook every week or so. It’s sad now that is’t a place for joy and relaxation.
    But i really hope the number of phishing attacks will be reduced in the future.

  2. ed
    March 5, 2012

    Is this the cloud computing downside? Facebook needs to eliminate these type of these scams and spams and also have an instant reporting system to flag these scammers and spammers so that they don’t proliferate. However, I’m not sure if it’s possible to develop a script to detect the malicious browser extensions.

  3. Shilpa
    March 6, 2012

    i am ready to leave Facebook. from everything i read about it, it is nothing but a data mine and mega money maker for Facebook (nearly one billion users worldwide). it is also getting so spammy and phishy. Facebook doesn’t seem to be addressing user risk issues. it seems like they have become a behemoth that only exists to serve itself and now investors too since the IPO.

  4. Laust
    March 6, 2012

    Its amazing that Facebook cant(or wont) do anything about those videos that links to websites and automatically joins pages.

    Facebook Phishing seems to be so easy.

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