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Facebook has been granted an e-money license in the EU. The Central Bank of Ireland has given Facebook Payments International Limited (FBPIL) this license which allows the social media to facilitate peer-to-peer payments on its platform. Ireland is a member nation of the EU which authorizes Facebook to operate as a money transmitter in all EU states.

Source: http://sensorstechforum.com/facebook-eu-e-money-license/
Facebook has been granted an e-money license in the EU. The social media can now facilitate peer-to-peer payments on its platform in Europe.
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Know your online risks!
Now is the perfect moment to outline the most dangerous places on the Web these days. Did you know that even fully legitimate websites can be dangerous too?
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CryptoWall is a file-encrypting type of threat, which once activated on the infected machine encrypts certain files on it and demands a fine ($500 ) in order to provide the victim with the decryption key.
A new and improved variant of the CryptoWall ransomware has been infecting computers worldwide in the past few days. The new CryptoWall 3.0 uses a localized ransom message and passes traffic to a website where the victims can pay for the decryption key needed to unlock their files through Tor ...
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What is malicious software? Malicious software, or malware, is something you don't want to encounter but often fall down with. It is a complex term that can make your head spin and your heart beat faster than usual. And we're not talking about the 'good' adrenaline that rushes through your body ...
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Research made between June 1 and September 30, 2014 and released last week, shows that more than 84,000 packages were employed to inject advertisements into websites. 30% of the ads were associated with malicious activities, and more than 50,000 of the packages were classified as Chrome extensions.
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Chart Choosing Ads is defined as a potentially unwanted program that alters your browser and interferes with the PC overall performance. It works equally well on favorite browsers like Explorer, Firefox and Chrome. Once installed, it generates numerous pop-ups, in-text ads and banners.
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