If you are relying only on a password to keep your account on your Apple, Evernote, Facebook, Gmail, LinkedIn, PayPal, Twitter, or Yahoo account secure, then you’re not secure enough.
Because of a recent security breach, it’s time to change your Skype password.
Last.FM and eHarmony have been confirmed this week that they too, like LinkedIn, have been breached and leaked millions of passwords. But that’s not the only thing that concerns me.
We appear to have another Facebook malware or, at very least, scam, running rampant.
It’s easy to recommend solutions to back up your data on your local computer, but what about all of your stuff online, e.g., all of those wall posts, notes, messages, photos, and videos you have on Facebook?
Last night, while perusing my Facebook security settings for another blog post, I was surprised to find that the option to “Browse Facebook on a secure connection (https) whenever possible” was no longer checked!
Yesterday, I was greeted by the message shown in the first image of the following gallery, informing me that my Facebook account protection status was Low. I was not at all surprised that this was little more than another ploy by Facebook to get more of my private data.
Recently added to my Facebook account’s “Account Security” setting under “Account Settings,” was an option to send an email when a new computer logs on to Facebook.
Today is Data Privacy Day! I decided it would be appropriate to pick on one of the biggest offenders of crimes against your privacy – Facebook.
How Facebook and Visa both helped keep me secure while traveling.