Because of Facebook’s massive and committed user base, scammers and cybercriminals are heavily targeting this social network these days. Facebook has recently implemented few security and safety measures to protect its users from frauds, phishing, and malware attack.

Recently Facebook has integrated WOT (Web Of Trust) – a community-powered reputation ratings tool to its platform. Each link shared on Facebook will be reviewed by WOT and warn if the link is spam or contains some sort of Malware.


On the other hand, Clickjacking is another Facebook security issue. Certain malicious websites contain code that can make your browser take action without your knowledge or consent. For example, clicking on a link on malicious site might cause the website to be posted to your Facebook profile. Don’t click on strange links, even if they’re from friends.

For an added security, Facebook has also implemented the Two-factor authentication system, which requires entering a code that you received as SMS. Every time you logon to Facebook from a new computer or devices you may need to enter this code.

You can get more details about Facebook security from this Facebook Security Page.

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  1. So Facebook announces a great news for the security of the users account. …Jake Brill a product manager for Facebooks site integrity team told .CNET that whenever anyone else takes charge of your account then it becomes a problem as now your account becomes a part of foul play.

  2. Hi, Sreejesh, you’re right! there are several reported privacy issues and some people says Facebook is the ‘Cyber Criminals Network’!

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