Facebook gets proactive

Winder, Davey
March 2014
PC Pro;Mar2014, Issue 233, p79
The article focuses on the security issues on the web resource Facebook. It is noted that a measure many see as a last resort is blocking which can be applied to annoying apps and event invitations. It is mentioned that the pervasiveness of applications is the most annoying thing about Facebook. It is stated that simplicity, memory and reuse are teh problems associated with passwords.


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