After just two days, spammers hit Google's social networkIn spite of only being launched this week, spammers are already aiming Google Buzz, the search engine's social network, says Websense.
"It's disturbing that spammers have an better knowledge of social networks these days that allows them to hit new services like Google Buzz so rapidly," said Carl Leonard, security research manager at Websense.
"To embrace social networks like Google Buzz safely, businesses need to defend themselves and their employees with a security solution that keeps up with constantly changing web content in real time."
Websense is recommending web users to use care when clicking on unknown links. It also revealed it hopes Google is prepared to deal with the volume of spam it is bound to see on the new service.