State of the Internet infographic via Online Schools.
Infographic via WordStream:
Here are some more text version Facebook failures if interested:
You can find Threatpost’s entire Facebook archive here
Nine out of 10 people have been attacked via a social network and one in four has received a virus or malware, according to a new study (.PDF) and infographic released this morning by web security firm Barracuda Networks.
Infographic and clever play on words via mindstormtech
Social media isn’t all hearts and flowers, pokes and hugs; there’s a dark side. Don’t be scared, just be aware and alert. From ZoneAlarm.
When discussing scams and malicious activities that have utilized the linkedin.com website, I alluded to the use of fake of fraudulent LinkedIn profiles. Though it’s hard to confirm the true nature of suspicious-looking profiles, I came across several that were implicated in conducting…
Cool infographic, not nearly as thorough as our slideshow, but well-done nonetheless.
Malicious software thrives in the richness of the social web ecosystem, which incorporates mobile devices, reliable networks, powerful browsers and sociable users. Modern malware is programmed to take full advantage of these elements, which are especially potent in the context of social…
Though some malicious software can operate autonomously, many specimens are programmed to stay in touch with the attacker to obtain operating instructions. The mechanism that such bots use for communicating their operators is called command and control (C&C or C2). C&C channels can take the form…