Most people hate typing long messages while chatting on messaging apps, but thanks to voice recording feature provided by WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger, which makes it much easier for users to send longer messages that generally includes a lot of typing effort.
If you too have a habit of sending audio clip, instead of typing long messages, to your friends over Facebook Messenger, you are
A security researcher has discovered a critical vulnerability in Facebook Messenger that could allow an attacker to read all your private conversation, affecting the privacy of around 1 Billion Messenger users.
Ysrael Gurt, the security researcher at BugSec and Cynet, reported a cross-origin bypass-attack against Facebook Messenger which allows an attacker to access your private messages,
If you receive an image file sent by someone, even your friend, on your Facebook Messenger, LinkedIn or any other social media platform, just DO NOT CLICK ON IT.
Even JPG image file could eventually infect your computer with the infamous Locky Ransomware.
Earlier this week, we reported a new attack campaign that used Facebook Messenger to spread Locky Ransomware via .SVG image files,
If you came across any Facebook Message with an image file (exactly .SVG file format) send by any of your Facebook friends, just avoid clicking it.
An ongoing Facebook spam campaign is spreading malware downloader among Facebook users by taking advantage of innocent-looking SVG image file to infect computers.
If clicked, the file would eventually infect your PC with the nasty Locky Ransomware,
As with What’s app messages now can be encrypted on the Facebook messenger, too. But how does it work exactly?
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Facebook has begun rolling out end-to-end encryption for its Messenger app, thus making its users’ conversations completely private.
The end-to-end encryption feature, dubbed “Secret Conversations,” will allow Messenger users to send and receive messages in a way that no one, including the FBI with a warrant, hackers and not even Facebook itself, can intercept them.
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Facebook has patched a vulnerability in its desktop and mobile Messenger apps that allows an attacker to modify chats and expose victims to malware and fraud.
Facebook is in trouble once again regarding its users’ privacy.
Facebook is facing a class-action lawsuit in Northern California over allegations that the company systematically scans its users’ private messages on the social network without their consent and makes the profit by sharing the data with advertisers and marketers.
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According to the lawsuit filing, Facebook might
Hope all of you have enjoyed the Game of Chess in the Facebook Messenger.
But if you’re quite bored playing Chess or not really good at the game, then you probably felt a bit excited about Facebook’s recent inclusion of a little Basketball mini-game into Messenger.
Now you can play Basketball through Facebook Messenger, just by typing in the Basketball emoji and sending to one of your