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A vulnerability on Facebook forced hundreds of thousands of users to
endorse a series of webpages over the holiday weekend, making the social
networking site the latest venue for an attack known as clickjacking. Read the full article. [The Register]
Shifty sorts have created a new worm which spread rapidly on Facebook. The malware, for now at least, does nothing more malicious than
posting a message on an infected user’s Facebook wall that point to a
site called fbhole.com. Nonetheless, the speed of its spread on the
social networking site has net security experts worried. Read the full article. [The Register]
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