Social Media has become generation hype for everyone, right from teenagers to oldies to business people to homemakers. Every one is seen hanging on the pages of social media I different forms i.e. Facebook, Twitter, MySpace or some other. As it is a perfect mode to catch up with friends and relatives and a lot of missing friends are found from theses sites has made it the easier tool for people to kill boredom and get cozy with their loved ones. Social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn more and more are being used by businesses to connect with the customers build their brands and communicate information to the rest of the world. However, social media for enterprises is not all about "liking," "commenting”, “voting" or "digging." For most businesses, there are real risks to using social media, ranging from damaging the brand to exposing proprietary information to inviting complaints.
However, sometimes people tend to download a lot of applications and social games on their mobile handsets more than they bargained for. In early March, Google has removed from its Android Market more than 60 applications carrying malicious software. Some of the malware was designed to reveal the user's private information to a third party, replicate itself on other devices, destroy user data or even take off the device owner too. People sharing most of their personal information on these social networks can lead to software or malware attacks on the website through the friend’s page or from some other places and hackers also, inject malicious code into a social networking site, including inside advertisements and via third-party apps through source.