Malicious and spam posts in online social networks

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Abu-Nimeh, S. ; Chen, T. ; Alzubi, O. (2011)

A large-scale study of more than half a million Facebook posts suggests that members of online social networks can expect a significant chance of encountering spam posts and a much lower but not negligible chance of coming across malicious links. © 2006 IEEE.
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    3. S. Abu-Nimeh and T. Chen, “Proliferation and Detection of Blog Spam,” IEEE Security & Privacy, Sept./Oct. 2010, pp. 42-47.

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