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It is generally safe to click links from trusted pages of companies, bands and groups you like, but avoid clicking links from your friends' walls and chat messages.” Here are popular Facebook scams you should watch out for.
This “color changer v1.3” is actually a survey scam application, and you definitely don’t want to give it access to your Facebook account.
It promises to let you change your Facebook profile color to something other than blue.
If you click on the link, it asks you to “like” the app before it even does anything for you, and if you click on “continue” you’ll land at an app permission page.
Please refrain.” It is not clear why the live video feed went down.
Animal Adventure Park has yet to post an update on the camera’s status to Facebook.
According to Chester Wisniewski, senior security advisor at the security firm Sophos, the number of Facebook scams in play seems to be holding steady. “No one is giving away an i Pad to every person who fills out a survey and you aren't likely the specially chosen winner of the Nokia, Microsoft or Coca-Cola lottery, because there isn't one,” he says.
And while Facebook is trying to tackle the problem, the scammers don't give up easily when they can profit off unsuspecting people. “The best practice is to avoid clicking links on Facebook at all.
Be aware that encouraging others to spy on your behalf using illegal methods, whether they are friends or professional investigators, may still leave you legally culpable. On the subject of digital spying: Keylogging has become a very popular activity for keeping track of your loved ones and colleagues.
Be aware that it is a felony offense to be caught keylogging in the US.
They sent thousands of emails to the Zoo asking about the is happening. Animal Adventure Park posted this update to Facebook: “Cam Down – We are aware.