Okay, so, I'm pretty good at Facebook privacy settings, keeping everything private and the such, but I have someone actively trying to hack me and need a bit of help.
I keep everything friends-only, and have only the 'add as friend' option available for non-friends. Someone added me a couple weeks ago with the same surname as someone I know and one friend in common, so I sent them a quick message to find out who they were. They said that they added me as I 'looked just like someone they met last week' at a concert. Now, I have a really distinctive name, and I'm the only one of me on facebook. Also, my FaceBook photograph is of myself and a friend, so no knowing which of us is which. Stupidly, I forgot that this message meant the person could view my friends list, and they added a bunch of my friends. I denied the friend request, and since then I've had several random strangers send me add requests.
While I know I'm safe as long as I don't add anyone I don't know, I am slightly concerned. I was talking to a friend a couple of days ago who brought up the possibility of phishing. I don't click on links I'm not 100% about, but I can't say the same for my friends. How effective is phishing? Do these sites really look that genuine? Some of my friends have open profiles, will this make it easier for them to get phished and then someone access my facebook?
I think I am being targeted as I have some relatively famous people that I am friends with, but I was phone-stalked quite heavily for a few months and I am also worried about the possibility of it being that person now attempting to find their way into my private facebook.