Posts Tagged ‘Spam’

Why My Facebook Account was Banned?

Tuesday, March 29th, 2011

All the Facebook account holders potentially incur danger to be excluded from the list of the users of the social networking site. This may happen if they violate rules, moreover, irrespective of the reasons causing the violation. Ignorance of the rules is no excuse. That is why here is a list of things to avoid while visiting Facebook. If you follow them, you won’t face risk to be banned and will be able to keep in touch with your Facebook friends without any troubles. (more…)

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New Virus on Facebook: ‘Naked and Funny’ Posts

Thursday, March 17th, 2011

The number of naked and funny videos spread over the social networking site has considerably increased in a short span of time. The video is not worth to be advised watching as is puts malware on your computer and spam on the walls of all of your friends.

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Page Wall Post Comment Spam Filter On Facebook

Sunday, February 6th, 2011

Comments on Facebook will be classified now in marked with grey or blue background. The first are of low quality and considered as spam. They will not even appear to other users sometimes. The latter are okay. This new filter allows admins to select and evaluate the quality of comments more quickly and easier. However this filter will be applied only to new remarks having nothing to do with old comments.

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New Types of Malware

Thursday, February 3rd, 2011

Two new types of malware were found by Panda Security. Both can serve as explanation for swindles which took place recently and were composed of stealing of Facebook accounts posting spam on users’ walls.
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Facebook’s Victory in the Judgement Against Spammer

Thursday, February 3rd, 2011

Struggle against spammer seems to incline towards spammer victims’ side. Facebook won the legal case against spammer Philip Porembski who was blocked from the site and forced to pay $360.5 million for damage the company. This was the decision of federal court in San Jose, California.
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