Miscreants have begun selling a cut-price point and click Facebook rogue application generation tool, designed for script kiddies too clueless to code their own malicious application. The rogue Facebook app creation tool kit is available is available at just $25, net security firm Websense reports. The toolkit offers a means to …
And the beat goes on, and on, and on
The daily faceplant saga continues uninterrupted.
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>At least one scandal or issue each and every day for your entertainment.
Adds to Facebook's mind-share and, thereby, market valuation. Is there an architect in the building?
The last quote of the article I read as "These kids are increasingly becoming commoditised...". I can't imagine why.
... the one with the sticky^Hing zipper.
New year, same advice
So let me get this straight
Script Kiddie goes to site, sees malware kit and thinks good idea I will buy that!
Dodgy Site Owner thinks, great numpty wannabe hacker ;)
SK gives Credit card details to DSO
DSO Empties SK's bank account and sends anonymous email to police with SK's ip and has just got the guys money and removed a competitor.
I think the FBI/CIA/Mi5 should start up in business selling fake malware kits...
We need a dedicated Facebook Fail icon
Or, maybe an Evil Zuckerberg icon....
I'll use Bill for now...
"Facebook Profile Creeper Tracker Pro"
Gotta love the word "Pro" bolted onto the end of that one. As if "Facebook Profile Creeper Tracker" is really the kind of high class program a professional would use.
Honestly there's computer illeterate and then there's retardation.
If "Facebook Profile Creeper Tracker Pro" sounds like the kind of program you want in your toolkit, then go ahead and get pwned, you deserve it.
I have a cunning plan.
Buy kit. Reverse-engineer code. Close exploits. Simples.
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