A recent article in the U.K. newspaper The Independent cites a new study by security firm Bitdefender that looked at successful scams on the social network over a two-year period.
Conclusion: The five most common ‘social e-threats’ tend to work on peoples’ self-interest or curiosity, tempting them to click on suspicious links or download malware-infested software with a range of tricks. Here’s a look at what they are and how to avoid them.
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