Possible Duplicate: Isn’t OAuth, OpenID, Facebook Connect, and others crazy from a security standpoint? I have some real concerns about how to use facebook login for my wabb-app. I have a ...
I'm working on a mobile app with a web backend. We'd like to have users authenticate (log in) themselves through Facebook only, so we don't have to store passwords etc. and don't force users to create ...
We all know that when to store passwords, we should store it with one-way hash such as a variant of SHA, bcrypt or scrypt to prevent plain-text password leaks when the database is hacked. But what ...
Today I read a post on a Facebook-group about a "problem" with links posted to Facebook. Appearently when you post a link at Facebook, the sites goes through the redirect(s) that may be on the site ...
There is a special Facebook link that will redirect anyone who clicks it to their own Facebook profile they are currently logged in on on their browser. The link goes like this: ...
I've recently find out that by simple quick look into compiled code of one of our applications, you can get both App ID (API Key) and App Secret for Facebook API I suppose that we should really keep ...