Facebook fails to fully encrypt data on its Instagram mobile app, which puts user security and privacy at risk.
Any new technology can be rough around the edges. The consequences can be complex and there's high chance for human error, especially when it comes to security.
According to research by Kaspersky Lab, 22 percent of phishing scams on the web target Facebook.
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What Facebook habits make you vulnerable and how to avoid them.
OpenID and OAuth are protocols responsible for those “Login with Facebook” and “Authorize with Google” buttons you see on almost every site nowadays. Of course, there is a hack fo...
In this video tutorial, we explore Facebook’s settings, explaining what each feature does and showing users how to configure their profile and ensure privacy.
In this video tutorial, we explore the Facebook settings pages, explaining what each feature does and showing users how to securely configure their profiles
Today, regular instant messengers are hard to trust when it comes to privacy. There are, of course, safer alternatives, but are they able to substitute Skype and WhatsApp?