Facebook helps users get their malware infected computers cleaned up.
Clickjacking attack hid behind content warning and antispam mechanism before posting your prurient interests to all of your friends.
Along with the security fixes, Firefox 3.6.9 gets a new feature to help Web developers reduce clickjacking risks. Also: Chrome 6 gets bug fixes.
New lawsuits describe Adscend Media as a "lifejacker" that dupes Facebook users into "liking" links that redirect them to ads.
Problem is with file on Adobe server related to Flash Player Settings Manager and does not require a software update on customers computers.
Security researcher also says Facebook should warn users that when they click on apps, they are giving those apps access to all their profile information.
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Spammers modify attacks after Facebook rolls out new security features to block attacks.
Spammers lure victims on Facebook with what looks like link to news about next-generation iPhone.
Warnings will pop up to block malware attacks, while security codes via text messages can be used for new device log-ins.