Facebook Hacking Site Run by Russian Mafia?
Apparently this Facebook hacking site has been around for more than 4 years but well known security company Panda Labs claimed to have discovered it recently! This shady service claims that only 1% of Facebook sites can not be hacked..Facebook Hack
The service costs $100 to anybody who wants to get an account hacked which is well affordable if you are driven by irrational feelings such as jealousy of a loved one suspected of cheating. You would throw $100 in an investigation without even considering it!Hack Facebook Account
The website encourages men and women to become cyber-criminals and hack others Facebook accounts offering extra credits in turn. The web site is extremely professional in general and it is easy to order this sinister service. I won't be exposing the site URL in the following paragraphs for obvious reasons!
It's not just the most obvious security threat of having your individual information stolen the worry. Hacked accounts can also be used to deliver other, spam and malware nasties to the targets contact list. I don't must inform you how embarrassing it can be having an intruder spread malicious information regarding you via your Facebook account! These things happens each day.
A fast few minutes with a few domain tools informs us this website is registered in Moscow. The people behind this underground service are members of the Eastern European Internet Mafia. That is speculation. Payments happen to be traced via a popular money transfer company to the Ukraine.
Facebook continues to be plagued with security issues since becoming the most famous social network on the Internet. Even before they were popular they had problems in fact. Facebook recently announced that the size of their user base is approaching the populace of the us! So, you can see the potential for cyber criminal activity is huge.
It is possible to still find plenty of people that do not use Facebook specifically as a result of security worries. But if you need to utilize the service (wink) be sure you beef up your security by using difficult to guess passwords. You also should improve your password regularly to minimise the chance. It's a war zone on the market!