100 Things Facebook Knows About You

facebookI read about this on Naked Security, and popped over to the Washington Post to read the full story and list.  I knew this was happening, but it is freaky to see the entire list.  Facebook collects this information to deliver ads that are targeted at your interests and preferences.  If it seems that some of the ads that show up in your feed are weirdly right on ...

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Beware of Facebook Scams

facebookEverybody, it seems, is on Facebook, and the numbers back it up, with over 1 billion members worldwide.  So naturally, anytime you get a crowd of people this large, the cyber-criminals are going to be all over it.

Don’t even get me started with the oversharing of personal information.  Please stop telling me and the crooks that you will be out of town for a week on a Vegas vacation, and your house ...

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Facebook Hardens Authentication

facebookFacebook recently announced an improvement to it’s logon system.  Login security seems to be taking a position from and center lately.  Wednesday we wrote about Yahoo’s new authentication system, and today we will move on to Facebook’s Login Approvals.

Previously, Facebook users were able to get Login Notifications. When you entered your user name (usually your email address) and password from a new location, browser, or device, Facebook Notifications would send users an ...

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