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Facebook Will Now Alert You If A Country Is Trying To Hack You

If you see this notification, it might be time to buy a new computer. Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.huffingtonpost.com Facebook want to protect your data with a new security notification. Good work Facebook! But it's not only about protecting your data. They are actually protecting their

Stalking Your Friends with Facebook Messenger — Medium

(Full Disclosure: I will be starting an internship at Facebook on an unrelated team in June of 2015) Source: medium.com It’s interesting how simple it is for anyone to stalk people using Facebook Messenger. Sharing position with just your friends and WITHOUT tracking is possible (http://pingyou.apptimate.io/) but

PingPal Messenger for Android released

PingPal Messenger is a privacy protected group chat app with a positioning twist. Connect with your Facebook friends and chat one-on-one or in groups. Take that ongoing conversation off-the-record, or in this case “off-the-data-mining-and-selling-your-data-Facebook”. A cool feature is that you can check where they are

IBM: Mobile app security stinks

An IBM/Ponemon study released today found large companies, including many in the Fortune 500 aren’t properly securing mobile apps they build for customers nor their corporate and BYOD mobile devices. Source: www.cio.com Train developers so they understand what secure coding really means, so they understand their ethical

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