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'Jacked Frost' Facebook Scam Goes Wild and Doubles Over the Weekend

Posted: 10 Dec 2012 11:51 AM | Elad Sharf | no comments

Last week we wrote a blog about a specific Facebook scam that appeared to spread rather aggresively. We have decided to nickname the scam "Jacked frost". The Websense® ThreatSeeker™ network detected that the scam has increased and multiplied over the weekend - particularly on Saturday where we saw the amount of unique URLs related to this scam double. This shows how cyber crooks time their attacks to times where users are more laid back and when the security community is less likely to alert users on this type of threat.




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Facebook and Websense Partner to Protect Users from Malicious Links

Posted: 03 Oct 2011 02:30 PM | Carl Leonard | 2 comment(s)

Today, we have some exciting news. Some of you may have already heard about it, because it is big! Starting today, we have implemented a partnership with Facebook, arguably the largest, most important platform on the globe, to better protect users against malicious links leading to malware-embedded websites...


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A weekend of Click-jacking on Facebook

Posted: 02 May 2011 07:17 PM | Anonymous | 3 comment(s)

In this blog post, I will analyze a Facebook scam technique that we've seen grow in popularity over the past few weeks, but let's focus on one example that was circulating this past weekend. As a Websense customer, if you are running our Web Security Software or real-time analytics, your users...


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