Social Media Security Podcast 29 – Fake Bieber, Facebook Social Engineering Tool, MySpace Who?

This is the 29th episode of the Social Media Security Podcast.  This episode was hosted by Tom Eston and Scott Wright.  Below are the show notes, links to articles and news mentioned in the podcast:

  • MySpace charged for violating user privacy, vows to do better
  • How a fake Justin Bieber “sextorted” hundreds of girls through Facebook
  • FBPwn: A cross-platform Facebook social engineering tool
  • Tom and Scott’s take on the Facebook IPO
  • LinkedIn CSRF (Cross-site Request Forgery) controls attacked
  • Scott gives us an update on his mobile honeystick project
We are still planning on getting back to regular podcasts! Stay tuned.  Please send any show feedback to feedback [aT] socialmediasecurity.com or comment below.  You can also call our voice mail box at 1-613-693-0997 if you have a question for our Q&A section on the next episode.  You can also subscribe to the podcast in iTunes and follow us on Twitter.  Thanks for listening!

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