Facebook illustrates the rabbit hole of user reports

Asked what advice he would give to consumers, Niels Provos, a principal software engineer in Google’s infrastructure group, said: "Even though tools to detect malware and phishing are always getting better, it’s still important to be vigilant and to trust your gut, if something doesn’t look right. If you’re suspicious, speak up and report it instead of clicking through. Your computer will likely thank you."

Clipped on 20-June-2012, 9:40 AM from Google finds 9,500 new malicious Web sites a day | Security & Privacy – CNET News



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