"Stealing Reality" malware is inevitable

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“Stealing Reality” malware is inevitable.

[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2010/10/FsQnnV.jpg[/newsimage]As technology evolves, criminals are always just one step behind looking for ways to exploit new applications for personal gain. According to experts, an even more sinister form of malware is on the way thanks to the recent popularity of social networking websites.


Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/stealing-reality-malware-is-inevitable-35376/](http://www.myce.com/news/stealing-reality-malware-is-inevitable-35376/)


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#2

That’s a give but one should always remember the golden rule double check and if you don’t know who sent it or where it came from stop clicking on it. We the newer generation have a bad habit of clicking on everything they see without ever thinking what am I clicking for and why???


#3

[QUOTE=coolcolors;2549948]That’s a give but one should always remember the golden rule double check and if you don’t know who sent it or where it came from stop clicking on it. We the newer generation have a bad habit of clicking on everything they see without ever thinking what am I clicking for and why???[/QUOTE]
Absolutely right, all of us go for whatever comes free on the net either to give a try or for personal use.


#4

Best thing to do is poison your Facebook profile with alot of false information, thus throwing of the demographics that it collects.


#5

I don’t understand what could possibly be maliciously done with this “reality theft”?