Sat, Jan 29, 2011
Facebook announced that it will expand its current usage of HTTPS to all Facebook pages. HTTPS is a protocol that allows secure communication with a website by encrypting user data, and prevents eavesdroppers from obtaining your personal information. HTTPS is used by online banking and financial institutions to secure your financial information.
Until now Facebook had only supported HTTPS on its login page in order to encrypt a user’s password. Now they will give users the option to experience Facebook entirely over HTTPS. This is a huge step forward for Facebook, who in my opinion, has hugely neglected the privacy and security issues plaguing the social network.
Sat, Jan 8, 2011
This is a How To guide on removing third party apps from your Facebook account. You should have as few third party applications as possible accessing your Facebook account, because the more apps you have accessing your account, the more susceptible to hacking that account becomes.
Sat, Jan 1, 2011
Let’s start off 2011 right by removing unnecessary third party apps from our social media accounts. You should have as few third party applications as possible accessing your social accounts, because the more third party apps you give permission to access your social accounts, the more vulnerable those accounts become. This blog post is a How To guide on removing third party apps from your Twitter account.