Impacted Facebook users can always enter the keyword "Abuse" in the Facebook search field for a quick direct link. They can select the appropriate area of concern on the reporting form or use these guidelines to flag the applicable wall post. This report will be sent directly to Facebook administrators, who usually quickly take care of spam, malware, or other issues. When any spam, links to malicious applications or other unwanted items are posted on your Facebook timeline, a good first step to hide these items from being viewed immediately (so that others don't become infected). Social networks are dangerous vectors for malware, privacy concerns, scams, etc. A few key Facebook Abuse reporting links are noted below:
Android and other mobile phone applications may be programmed to send passwords in clear text rather than the more secure encrypted format. Users should be careful and use differing passwords among websites just in case accidental discovery occurs
QUOTE: The focus is on apps leaking user data, as identified by BitDefender. Some apps may collect more data than they need. Others may be exposing device IDs and email addresses without warning users. And there are a handful transmitting passwords as plain text, making it possible for anyone eavesdropping to intercept that data. People have a bad habit of reusing passwords across multiple accounts. Ask yourself this question: If someone gets a hold of your password to one account, would that person be able to try out that password with your email address to try to log in to your email? Social networking account? Bank accounts? Online shopping? If the answer is yes, you have a serious problem, especially if you use any of the following apps.
 TalkBox Voice Messenger—PTT
 Muzy—Share photos & collages
 FreeBooks & Stories—Wattpad
 Sonalight Text by Voice