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Just over a year ago to the day, my wife and I walked into the Apple store in Sydney’s CBD and bought her a shiny new MacBook Air. Macs weren’t familiar territory for us so we happily accepted the offer for a staff member to walk us through some of the nuts and bolts of OSX. That was a handy little starter and we left the store none the wiser that the machine now had a serious security risk that wouldn’t become apparent for another year.
Vicente Silveira , June 7, 2012 It is of the utmost importance to us that we keep you, our members, informed regarding the news this week that some LinkedIn member passwords were compromised.
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Facebook and MySpace fixed this quickly after being notified. As a application developer on Facebook, I usually run into certain walls that limit my application functionality. But I don't give up easily, and only recently I found a solution to one of my function limitations. Surprisingly, when looked into more carefully my solution allowed full access and control to the Facebook user account that accessed my application. Did I mention this would also be untraceable since exploit actions would happen from the users IP and own domain cookie?
Today I received a Facebook notification that a friend of mine sent me a message. She was asking if that was my picture and a link. I quickly sanity checked the link as I always do in emails, and yes, the link was indeed a valid Facebook internal link, so I thought of nothing bad.