Posted by: David Harley | October 11, 2018

Facebook cloning revisited

A lot of people know by now that the widely-received warning about multiple Friend requests is generally unhelpful (to say the least). Many are dismissing it as a hoax, but that doesn’t address the more general confusion about FB cloning, hacking (not the same thing), clickjacking and clickbait, and general misinformation. This article for ESET attempts to put it into the wider context in a form that doesn’t require a PhD in information security. 

Send in the clones: Facebook cloning revisited

David Harley

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