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Nov
2011

I’ve been doing some research into the current state of SEP (search engine poisoning) attacks lately — in fact, I meant to do a post about Halloween-themed SEP last month, but had too much travel going on. So, since we’re approaching the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, and since I’ve done some posts in previous years on […]

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One of the biggest causes of problems in Facebook is the social networking site’s laissez faire approach to applications. Developers have much freedom over the interface and can pretty much upload whatever they want. This results in a surplus of spammy applications that clutter up not only the newsfeed but also the person’s profile. Facebook, […]

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Facebook is many things to different people. Some people hop on to get the latest news about their friends and family, while others spend every waking moment tending to sheep, cattle or building up their empires for their next brutal assault. Most people fall somewhere in between. There are countless third party applications available on Facebook. […]

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