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Facebook has announced a partnership with Websense aimed at protecting the social networking site's users from malicious links.
"From today a system by Web security company Websense will visit pages for users and apply a series of tests for Trojans, phishing attempts, botnets and other malware threats," writes The Inquirer's Kate O'Flaherty.
"If the link is malicious, the user will see a page that offers the choice to continue at their own risk, return to the previous screen, or get more information on why it is flagged as suspicious," O'Flaherty writes.
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