Keeping You Safe From Being Hacked
This Article mixed with gathered information from several websites including "Facebook Security Team "
Email is both an excellent communication tool and also a way that companies can inform you about their latest products and services. However, email is frequently used to deliver unwanted material which is at best, annoying and at worst, malicious – causing considerable harm to your computer and yourself.
Spam (or Junk) email
The vast majority of email sent every day is unsolicited junk mail. Examples include:
Spammers sometimes take advantage of a vulnerability in the web browser to try to trick people into clicking on links they might not want to click on. This is called clickjacking, and it’s done by overlaying the link with something more enticing, like a phony offer.
Self-XSS [ Self Cross Site Scripting ]
Spammers take advantage of another browser weakness by asking people to copy and paste malicious code into their address bar, which then causes the browser to take actions on those people’s behalf, Example: Facebook self-xss which let you posting status updates with phony links and sending spam messages to all friends.
Recently every one of you saw a video or image on facebook tells you how to hack your friend account just by copy and paste a code in inspect element, or to change facebook theme , however the code also considered as a scam attack .
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