Not content with hawking their wares in underground forums and other insalubrious parts of the darknet, criminals are now advertising their wares on Facebook, says RSA. The Facebook page in question is now unavailable, but appears to have been packed full of handy info for the budding cyber criminal, according to Limor Kessem, …
Facebook may take the page down but just a few hours exposure may get the message out to thousands.
Luckily, you have to cycle through hundreds of status updates and all the random spam adverts to so chances are that no-one saw it.
Spam, what spam?
Not tightened up your Facebook or still using IE?
but a cat can look at a King
" as witnessed by the possible 12-year jail term facing a hacker who defaced the president's web site"
That case sounded more like one of those nasty little laws where it is forbidden to mock the Monarch - no matter how much of a right bastard they are.
In some countries you can get way with all sorts of nasty behaviour but look at the Monarch slightly the wrong way and it's off to the house with rubber hoses, car batteries and some deep massage therapy with sticks.
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