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The social media giant’s mobile applications use certificate pinning and other security mechanisms to protect communications between the application running on a user’s device and Facebook’s servers. While these measures significantly improve security, they also make it harder for researchers to find server-side vulnerabilities in the company’s apps. That is why — based on feedback […]

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Perhaps we should all change our Facebook passwords to play it safe, following news that Facebook kept, from as early as 2012, “hundreds of millions” of user account passwords in plain text, making them available to some 20,000 employees, writes KrebsOnSecurity following a tip from a source at Facebook. According to Brian Krebs, Facebook is […]

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I have nothing but admiration for Mr. Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook. He has started from nothing a worldwide icon company in just 14 years. According to recent statistics, about 2.1 billion people use Facebook regularly in most countries of the world…

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