A new scam has made the rounds on Facebook yet again, this time talking about the site's alleged power to utilize its users' personal data. However, the hoax is just a revival of an old scam.
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A new Facebook scam is in the wild, regarding the company's 'dislike button.' It promises an early access to the upcoming feature, and makes users open malicious links and share the scam further.
A new type of Facebook hoax is currently circulating on the website. People are tagged in an alleged video, which upon opening is a malware hosting website, that can infect a wide range of devices.
Facebook is trying to help its users and grow its value. The giant social network is tweaking its algorithms in an effort to limit the number of fake news stories that users see in their timelines.
PR company Rantic staged its very own sensationalism stunt at the weekend involving Emma Watson, 4chan and Barack Obama, with the ultimate goal of getting 4chan shutdown.
Gullible iPhone users have fallen foul to a hoax that is trending on Twitter that claims you can "quickly charge" your iPhone in any "standard household microwave" but it's all fantasy.
A Bitcoin mining hoax that was started by a prankster on the 4chan imageboard has reportedly led some Mac users into wiping their hard drives, leaving affected users desperately asking for help.
A funny story has emerged that claimed Samsung paid Apple their $1.05 billion fine entirely in five-cent coins, spanning 30 truck loads, simply to burden their smartphone rival. Too bad it's a hoax.
When the partnership between Nokia and Microsoft was announced earlier this week, there was a mix of emotions. There was a lot of negative feedback about the deal from investors, engineers and even loyal Nokia...
Has Microsoft adopted an even tougher stance on piracy? According to recent e-mails warning of new, harsher anti-piracy measures in Windows Vista, that was believed to be the case. Australian PC World printed an e-mail...
Thanks to dw2003 for submitting this to the Front Page. KezNews forum member Computer User, quickly infamous for releasing his Brute Force Keygen to the world, has confessed the piece of software isn't all it...
What's true with the iLoo? Microsoft and its public relations firm have changed their story — again — about whether its United Kingdom division had been developing an Internet-enabled portable toilet. On Monday,...
Now it's a hoax... :right: Claims that the music industry hired a group of hackers to create a worm to infect peer-to-peer networks are being dismissed by security experts. ...
Antivirus experts are warning of a hoax virus alert which might trick users into deleting an important file on their Windows machines. The fake warning tells users to search their hard drives...
I want to take a few minutes with you guys to comment on the news submissions that we have been recieving of late. I have come across several people "faking" links and therefore news stories....