No matter where you browse or what social media sites you frequent—porn will find its way onto your screen. We've learned to accept it since the AOL era. Nowadays, social networks such as Facebook and Twitter have taken more precautions in securing their sites from being plagued with x-rated pop-ups and explicit links. But as much as its users stay cautious of spam feeders, cybercriminals are still finding ways to break through their security firewalls to leave embarrassing updates on your walls and snatching up your personal information.
Though the recent Facebook porn hack has everyone on edge, it's worth noting that the world's biggest social network isn't the only social media outlet to have experienced an x-rated outbreak. Stemming back to the glory days of Myspace, we discovered that porn-related attacks have filtered through our profiles, unbeknownst to us for years. So being that there’s no true way of avoiding it, take some notes and play it safe by catching up on The 10 Dirtiest Social Network Malware Attacks.