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Mr. Super Tagger and Miss Mirror Selfie rule Instagram. The unwritten rules of Instagramming (i.e.: no excessive hashtags) don't apply to them. But what if the app changed its unwritten rules to real policies? Designer Ben Horsely of...Show More Summary
Two Brooklyn-based designers have launched Instasham — a completely free, online repository of fake Instagram photos that visitors can steal and claim for themselves. Let’s face it, a big part of social media from a single-user perspective is vanity and Andy Dao, Stacey Smith, and Joseph Valle, the creators of the site, are betting that [...]Show More Summary
Malware authors are cashing in on the Instagram-Facebook craze with their fake Instagram app for the Android platform. The fake Instagram app is actually a Trojan in disguise, dubbed as “Andr/Boxer-F” by Sophos, who discovered the malicious apps. Show More Summary
We’ve already seen a fake, malware-spreading version of Angry Birds Space for Android. Now there are reports of a fake, malware-spreading Instagram that’s making the rounds, too. The Android world erupted into cheers a few weeks agoShow More Summary
Finally, after what seemed like an eternity of waiting, Android users recently got their hands on a version of Instagram they could call their own. The photo filter and sharing app was a runaway success with iPhone users, and it’s been one of the hottest apps in Google Play since it launched. Popularity comes at [...]
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The security hounds over at Sophos have discovered a Russian website which is trying to sell you a fake version of Instagram for Android. When you click the application, you do get sent to an install page, and it seems as if you are...Show More Summary
We've already seen a fake, malware-spreading version of Angry Birds Space for Android. Now there are reports of a fake, malware-spreading Instagram that's also making the rounds. More »
There's a phony version of Instagram for Android floating around containing malware that can access your text messages, according to security research firm Sophos. TNW picked up the Sophos report. Sophos says the fake Instagram app is...Show More Summary
Security firm warns of fake Instagram app roaming outside the Android marketplace.
Sophos, the IT security and data protection company has a new warning on its Naked Security blog today that a fake Instagram app is infecting Android devices with malware. This...
Last week Facebook acquired Instagram for $1 billion and spammers were paying attention. Spammers often take advantage of headlines to cash in on things people are talking about online and the latest attempt is to circulate a fake Instagram...Show More Summary
Malware writers have created a fake Instagram app for Android that is really a Trojan in disguise. The idea is to make money by leveraging all the hype surrounding Facebook’s acquisition of Instagram. A Special Offer From Our Sponsor Effect...Show More Summary